Resources

This page contains selected electronic resources from our past training courses, masterclasses and conferences. These resources include slides, handouts, software and reading lists.

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Masterclass materials: Repeated games

This cemmap masterclass on Repeated Games was presented by George Mailath, University of Pennsylvania. The theory… Continue reading.

Masterclass slides: The economics and econometrics of human development and social mobility

The economics and econometrics of human development and social mobility masterclass is presented by Professor James… Continue reading.

Housing: Micro data, macro problems – Conference summary and slides

Below is a summary of the conference. Links to papers have been provided where possible. On… Continue reading.

A Workshop for Martin Browning

A special workshop held at Nuffield College in May 2016 to celebrate Martin Browning’s contributions to… Continue reading.

Workshop slides: Econometrics for public policy, methods and applications

One of the ultimate goals of economics is to inform a better policy based on empirical… Continue reading.

Masterclass slides: The macroeconomics of uncertainty shocks: evidence, models, and methods

This cemmap masterclass was presented by Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde and featured a series of lectures that introduced… Continue reading.

Masterclass slides: Fixed effects treatment of panel data

This cemmap masterclass was presented by Bo Honore (Princeton) and reviews fixed effects approaches to estimation… Continue reading.

Masterclass slides: Empirical process theory tools for statistics (supplementary flipchart images)

Supplementary flipchart images created by Jon Wellner at the masterclass.

Masterclass slides: Empirical process theory tools for statistics

This course covered some of the basics of empirical process theory and the application of the… Continue reading.

Masterclass slides: Empirical models of differentiated products

This masterclass considers the identification and estimation of models of market equilibrium with differentiated products, including… Continue reading.

GHH econometrics conference

A special conference in May 2015 to honour Grant Hillier’s contributions to econometrics entitled GHH-Econometrics Conference…. Continue reading.

Masterclass slides: Public Policy in an Uncertain World: Analysis and Decisions

This masterclass discussed themes in Manski’s book Public Policy in an Uncertain World: Analysis and Decisions… Continue reading.

Papers and photographs from “Microdata methods and practice: a cemmap celebration” conference

Here you can find a selection of photographs from our conference which took place in November… Continue reading.

Presentation slides: Econometrics of cross section and panel data

Presentation slides: Econometrics of Cross Section and Panel Data Guido Imbens (Stanford) and Jeffrey Wooldridge (MSU)… Continue reading.

Lecture Notes: Econometrics of Cross Section and Panel Data

Lecture Notes: Econometrics of Cross Section and Panel Data Guido Imbens (Stanford) and Jeffrey Wooldridge (MSU)… Continue reading.

Social and Economic Networks – Masterclass slides

Matthew O Jackson (Stanford) Social and Economic Networks (Presentation slides)

Understanding Financial Markets: Research, Practice and Policy – Lecture recording

On 30 April 2014, the British Academy, the Cambridge-INET Institute and Cemmap co-hosted a lecture on… Continue reading.

Industrial organisation: empirical analysis of auctions and nonlinear pricing

On 17 and 18 October Isabelle Perrigne (Rice) and Quang Vuong (NYU) delivered the cemmap masterclass… Continue reading.

The economics of inequality and human development: a lecture by James Heckman (Chicago)

On 3rd September 2013 Nobel laureate, Professor James Heckman (Chicago) delivered a lecture on 3 September… Continue reading.