Conferences and Talks

  • 2016
    August: Econometric Society European Meeting, Geneva

    July: Summer Institute on Field Experiments (SIFE), University of Chicago

    May: IPA Gathering in Financial Inclusion, Yale University

    May: Behavioral Economics Annual Meeting (BEAM), Cornell University

    February: CERMi Seminar, Universities of Brussels and Mons

Past Talks

  • 2015
    Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE), Session 6: Psychology and Economics

    Christmas Conference of the German Economists Abroad (GEA), Munich

    Symposium on Economic Experiments in Developing Countries (SEEDEC), Prague

    GATE-LAB Seminar, University of Lyon

    European meeting of the Economic Science Association, Heidelberg

    Annual Congress of the European Economic Association, Mannheim

    Annual Meeting of the French Experimental Economics Association, Paris

    London Experimental Workshop (LEW 2015)

    Paris School of Economics (Economics & Psychology Seminar)

    Annual Conference of the Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), Oxford

    École Polytechnique, Paris

    UCSD Rady Spring School in Behavioural Economics, San Diego (participant)
  • 2014
    Pacific Conference for Development Economics (PacDev), UCLA

    Institute for Fiscal Studies (EDePo Workshop), London

    University of Western Ontario

    University of Edinburgh

    University of Konstanz

    CREST-ENSAE Paris

    International Conference of the Courant Research Centre on Poverty, Equity, and Growth, Göttingen
  • 2013
    London School of Economics, STICERD Seminar

    Annual International Conference of the Research Committee on Development Economics (Verein für Socialpolitik), Munich

Econometric Evaluation of Public Policies (2015/16)

This course presents an overview of econometric methods used for causal inference, i.e., methods designed to estimate the impact of a potential cause (usually a policy intervention or other institutional change) on an outcome of interest. Selection effects can impede attempts to infer causality. Causes and consequences are discussed relying on the counterfactual framework used in the program evaluation approach. The course will be largely based on critical reading of empirical articles, putting emphasis on the identification issues.

Syllabus and Reading List

Past Teaching

  • 2015 2014
    Econometric Evaluation of Public Policies (ENSAE)
    with Pauline Givord
  • 2014 2012
    EC411 Microeconomics for MSc Students(LSE)
    Course Guides
  • 2014 2012
    EC400 Statistics for MSc Students(LSE)
    Course Guides
  • 2012 2009
    EC201 Microeconomic Principles(LSE)
    Course Guides