International Methods Colloquium: Gary King talk on 9/11 at 12:00 Noon Eastern, and AY 2015-16 Talk Schedule

Next week, on Friday, 9/11 at 12:00 noon Eastern, the 2016-2016 season of the International Methods Colloquium will kick off with a talk from Gary King (Harvard University). Gary’s talk is entitled “Why Propensity Scores Should Not Be Used for Matching.” His paper (co-authored with Richard Nielsen) is here:

To tune in to Gary’s talk and participate in the Q&A session after the talk, visit and click “Watch Now!” on the day of the talk. The IMC uses GoToWebinar, which is free to use for listeners and works on PCs, Macs, and iOS and Android tablets and phones. You can be a part of the talk from anywhere around the world with access to the Internet. The talk and Q&A will last for a total of one hour.

I am also proud to announce the schedule of speakers for the rest of the 2015-2016 academic year (note that all talks are held on Fridays at 12:00 noon Eastern time):

Fall 2015
Sep 11: Gary King
Sep 18: Job Market Roundtable (Emily Ritter, Jay Yonamine, Maryann Gallagher, Susan Smelcer, Nathan Danneman, Michael Malecki)
Sep 25: Kentaro Fukumoto
Oct 2: Zachary Jones
Oct 9: Adrian Raftery
Oct 16: Jonathan Kropko
Oct 23: Dan Hopkins
Nov 6: Lonna Atkeson

Spring 2016
Feb 5: Roundtable on Research Design Preregistration (Jamie Monogan, Arthur Lupia, Macartan Humphreys, Ryan T. Moore)
Feb 12: Emily Ho
Feb 19: Rocio Titiunik
Feb 26: Justin Grimmer
Mar 11: TBA
Mar 18: Roundtable on Peer Review (Thomas Leeper, Brendan Nyhan, Danilo Friere, Yanna Krupnikov, Adam S. Levine)
Mar 25: Fred Bohemke
Apr 15: Ines Levin

About Justin Esarey

Associate Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Wake Forest University.
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