12 March 2024
Ecological Inference: Deciphering Individual Voting Behavior from Aggregated Datablended course
Political scientists, the media and political parties, among other actors, are interested in understanding the electoral behaviour of different subgroups of the population and in having estimates of vote transfer matrices at the global and local levels. Ecological inference provides an answer to this problem by exploiting aggregate data. In this course, offered by RECSM, we will show the most advanced techniques for deciphering the inference, focusing on the use of the R package lphom.
Professor Jose Pavia from the University of Valencia
Political science academics, policy researchers, policy analysts, data scientists.
The main objective of this course is to teach the use of the R package lphom and its multiple functions as a tool to answer questions about the electoral behaviour of different population subgroups.
EUR 250: Student price.
EUR 400: Researcher price.
30% discount for members of WAPOR LATAM