This course is an introduction to the methods employed in empirical political science research. We will cover basic topics in research design, statistics, and formal modeling, considering many examples along the way. The two primary goals of the course are: (1) to provide students with analytic tools that will help them to understand how political scientists do empirical research, and (2) to improve students' ability to pose and answer research questions on their own. There are no prerequisites.
Note: Course description is from Fall 2013
Synchronous Lectures will be offered remote. - Students must attend the lecture during the scheduled class time, as the lecture will involve interactive activities
Synchronous Discussion sections 101 and 106 will be offered remote.