|Date:||10:30 25 March 2013 - 15:00 26 March 2013|
|Tutor:||Charles Manski Northwestern University|
|Venue:||Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre UCL|
|Prices:||HE delegates: £90; other delegates: £720|
This masterclass will discuss Manski's new book Public Policy in an Uncertain World: Analysis and Decisions (Harvard University Press, 2013) and technical articles that form the foundation for the book. In the book, Manski describes the practice of policy analysis and the inferential problems that researchers confront. He argues that credible analysis typically yields interval rather than point predictions of policy outcomes. He examines how governments might reasonably make policy decisions when they only have partial knowledge of policy outcomes.
This event is supported by the British Academy.
Please note: Students and academics from Higher Education institutions (UK and abroad) are eligible for reduced fee places, which are indicated on each event page and on our booking form under "HE delegates". To apply, simply tick the HE fees box.