Faculty Panel: Big Data in Economics | Economists at Work
- Heather Royer, Department Vice Chair, Associate Professor of Economics
- Dick Startz, Professor of Economics, Director of Graduate Studies
- Youssef Benzarti, Assistant Professor of Economics
Are you passionate about academic research in Economics/the use of Big Data and programming in Economic research? Should you take ECON 145 - Data Wrangling or ECON 155 - Big Data in Economics?
The Department of Economics and the Undergraduates Economics Association presents its new lecture series, Economists at Work. Join us for our upcoming event, Big Data in Economics, where we will have a conservation with faculty members to help students understand what Big Data is, what it is useful for, and its relevance in upper-division classes such as ECON 145 and ECON 155. There will be a Q&A, so please come with your questions!
Please RSVP for the Zoom link: https://bit.ly/3mqGfBv