Using Longitudinal Data for Policy Analysis: An Overview and Examples

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Presentation Slides - Using Longitudinal Data for Policy Analysis: An Overview and Examples by Professor Anastasia Semykina

The ESA Victoria Branch hosted this event on longitudinal data via Zoom on Friday 17 November.

About this seminar

This presentation will highlight the specificities of longitudinal (panel) data and review how such data can be used for uncovering causal relationships and performing policy analysis. General ideas will be illustrated with examples from education research, which studies the determinants of student achievement.

About the speaker

Anastasia Semykina is the Deputy Dean, Research and Innovation, in RMIT’s School of Economics, Finance & Marketing. Her research is a combination of econometrics methods research and applied econometrics studies. Her theoretical econometrics research focuses on estimating linear and nonlinear panel (longitudinal) data models with missing data. Several of her methodology papers are published in top econometrics journals – Journal of Econometrics and Journal of Applied Econometrics. She also has applied papers published in high-quality journals in labour economics, business, and education. Her other research interests include health economics and economic psychology.

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