July 18, 2019
GCER launches DC Political Economy Center
The GCER community is pleased to announce the launch of the DC Political Economy Center (DCPEC), a joint endeavor between GCER/Georgetown University and Johns Hopkins University.
DCPEC will serve as a hub for the community of political economists in the DC area. It fosters research in political economy at different stages of development, and disseminates that research within and beyond the DC area. Among its many initiatives are the Washington Political Economy Conference, the DCPEC Distinguished Visitor Program, regular research workshops, and post-doctoral fellowships.
To learn more about DCPEC, check the website: www.dcpolecon.org
April 9, 2019
GCER Fellow Alexandre Poirier's work featured in the Spring/Summer Research Profile
The Spring/Summer Featured Profile highlights the recent work of Georgetown economist and GCER Fellow Alexandre Poirier. In two recent papers entitled "Identification of Treatment Effects under Conditional Partial Independence" and "Inference in Breakdown Frontiers" with co-author Matthew Masten of Duke University, Poirier proposes a framework to analyze the sensitivity of empirical results to the "quasi-randomization" assumption, the assumption that observational data essentially mimics the outcome of a randomized experiment...
For the full research profile, please click here.
April 1, 2019
Upcoming 2019 GCER Distinguished Visitors
The GCER Distinguished Visitor Series continues with two more prominent economists who will spend time in the Department of Economics at Georgetown University.
April 1-5, 2019 Stephen Morris, Princeton University
April 29-May 3, 2019 Fabien Postel-Vinay, University College London
More information can be found by accessing the following link.
March 21, 2019
Third Annual GCER-Cemmap Applied Micro Conference to be held on GU Campus
The Georgetown Center for Economic Research is pleased to announce the Third Annual Applied Microeconomics Conference will be held on May 10, 2019. This year, the special focus is on health and labor. The conference, co-sponsored with the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice, a joint venture by the Department of Economics University College London and the Institute for Fiscal Studies, will take place at Copley Formal Lounge on the Georgetown University campus. The conference program can be accessed by clicking here. More information on the Gcer-cemmap Conference can be accessed by clicking here.