Courses

6-13 April This study provides an overview of the literature examining various illicit strategies usedby candidates to subvert democratic electoral practices. The main goal of the course is tointroduce a recent and vibrant literature in political science and economics and to exposestudents to the most important areas...
Instructor: Isabela Mares
Credits: 2.0
April 3-7, 2017This course presents and assesses some of the most relevant and updated debates on the field of public opinion and political participation. We will survey the literature in political science with an emphasis on empirical approaches to examining the origins, determinants, and consequences of different...
Instructor: Marta Fraile
Credits: 2.0
12 sessions concentrated in a 2-week period between April 10-21. Each session lasts for 100 minutes.The course is an introduction to state-of-the-art methods to use Big Data in social sciences research. It is a hands-on course requiring students to bring their own research problems and ideas for independent research....
Instructor: Mihaly Fazekas
Credits: 2.0