Latest from the blog | 1.30.2015 |The importance of keeping your head (and your data) in a crisis
On Friday The New York Times published our op-ed (written jointly with Tavneet Suri and Herbert M’cleod) on how implausible claims and misleading presentation of information has made the Ebola crisis worse than it needed to be. ... read more
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Review on World Bank Blog
Markus Goldstein reviews Running Randomized Evaluations on the World Bank's Development Impact blog in a post titled, "The impact evaluation primer you have been waiting for?" Read the full review here.
News + Events:
Stanford University will host a talk by Rachel Glennerster on providing globally informed, locally grounded policy advice. The event is on February 25th, and is open to the public. RSVP here.
Analysis Exercise and Data
New lecture notes for Module 4.3 and a handbook chapter on the ethics of randomization have been posted on the Resources page.