Quantitative Research Methodology

Government 2000 (2016)
All models are wrong, some are useful

This is the first course in a PhD-level quantitative methods sequence and provides an introduction to the tools used in basic quantitative social science research. The first four weeks of the course cover introductory univariate statistics, while the remainder of the course focuses on linear regression models. Furthermore, the principles learned in this course provide a foundation for the future study of more advanced topics in quantitative political methodology.

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