Erik Gahner Larsen

Teaching

Modules

Creating Your Own Data
Links: course description
Years: 2018
Language: English
Lectures:


Quantitative Research Dissertation
Links: course description
Years: 2017-2018
Language: English
Lectures:


How to Win Arguments with Numbers
Links: course description
Years: 2018
Language: English
Lectures:


Introduction to Political Science
Links: course description
Years: 2017-2018
Language: English
Lectures:
– L01: Introduction: Politics and political science
– L02: Research Question and Theories in Political Science
– L03: Causation and Correlation
– L04: Evidence: Matching Observations to Questions and Collecting Evidence
– (Reading week)
– L05: Experiments and Ethics
– L06: Observational (Comparative) Methods
– L07: Numerical Evidence: Surveys and Other Quantitative Data
– L08: Quantitative Methods: Evidence and Analysis
– L09: Qualitative Methods: Evidence and Analysis
– L10: Objectivity and Values
– L11: Recapitulation and Reflections


Behavioral Public Policy
Public Policy
Causal Analysis in Public Policy
Advanced Applied Statistics
Links: course description, syllabus, material
Years: 2015
With: Sune Welling Voigt, Robert Klemmensen
Language: English
Lectures:
– L10: Experiments and Causal Inference
– L11: Matching and Propensity Scores
– L12: Regression Discontinuity Designs
– L13: Instrumental Variable Regression


Material

– A dataset with political datasets (GitHub)
– Introduktion til R (Web, PDF, EPUB, GitHub)
Engelsk-dansk ordliste
Potpourri: Statistics