Synthetic Control Methods

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Due to ongoing concerns and public safety and health restrictions associated with COVID-19, this workshop has been postponed.  Additional details will be provided at a later date.

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Synthetic controls are widely applied to estimate the effects of policy interventions and other treatments of interests. The DataX Workshop on synthetic control methods seeks to provide an introduction to synthetic control methods for non-experts as well as an opportunity for researchers working on synthetic control methods to communicate new results, reach audiences outside their primary disciplinary fields, and seek potential collaborations. The two-day workshop will kick off with a 3-hour tutorial on synthetic control methods during the afternoon of Friday, September 11. Saturday, September 12 will be devoted to presentations and discussion of recent research contributions.
 


 

Workshop Organizers

  • Alberto Abadie

      • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Matias Cattaneo

      • Princeton University

Sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the Schmidt DataX Fund at Princeton University made possible through a major gift from the Schmidt Futures Foundation and our Princeton University partners:

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Upcoming Workshops

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Presented by Roberto Car, Chemistry and  Weinan E, Mathematics

Date TBD | Managing Uncertainty in Machine Learning

Presented by Peter Melchior, Astrophysics and Center for Statistics and Machine Learning

Date TBD | Old and New Open Questions in Optimization

Presented by Nicholas Boumal, Electrical Engineering

Date TBD | Synthetic Control Methods

Presented by Matias Cattaneo, Operations Research and Financial Engineering
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Date TBD | Tutorial Workshop on Machine Learning for Experimental Science

Presented by Michael Churchill, Hantao Ji, William Tang
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