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The Summer School offers three advanced short courses that cover state-of-the-art topics in applied microeconomics for postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students, recent graduates and practitioners from Latin America and around the world:
- Empirical Methods in Causal Inference for Policy Analysts
- Empirical Topics in Labour Economics: identification issues, minimum wages and the impacts of immigration.
- Economic Evaluation Methods in Health: Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA)
This edition of the Lima Summer School in Economics will take place at the Lima Campus of Universidad de Piura (UDEP), Peru, from February 20 to 28, 2020.
LimaSE will award a limited number of Full and Partial Scholarships to a selected group of candidates for the 2020 Lima Summer School in Economics to cover tuition costs (full program only). Scholarships will be awarded on a merit basis, based on the information provided by candidates in their application documents.
Register by January 31, 2020 - please note that courses capacity is limited, and some courses may close before this deadline.
Find out more about this opportunity, including how to register, fees, and scholarships on the Lima Summer School in Economics website or download the brochure.
For information or questions about this opportunity, please contact the organizers directly.