Hello friends in causality research!
UCLA is proud to host the 2017 West Coast Experiments Conference. See the details below for more information:
West Coast Experiments Conference: The WCE is an annual conference that brings together leading scholars and graduate students in economics, political science and other social sciences who share an interest in causal identification broadly speaking. Now in its tenth year, the WCE is a venue for methodological instruction and debate over design-based and observational methods for causal inference, both theory and applications.
Speakers: Judea Pearl, Rosa Matzkin, Niall Cardin, Angus Deaton, Chris Auld, Jeff Wooldridge, Ed Leamer, Karim Chalak, Rodrigo Pinto, Clark Glymour, Elias Barenboim, Adam Glynn, and Karthika Mohan.
Dates/Location: The tenth annual West Coast Experiments Conference will be held at UCLA on Monday, April 24 and Tuesday, April 25, 2017, preceded by in-depth methods training workshops on Sunday, April 23. Events will be held in the Covel Commons Grand Horizon Ballroom, 200 De Neve Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095.
Fees: Attendance is free!
Registration and details: Space is limited; for a detailed schedule of events and registration, please visit: wce2017ucla.eventbrite.com