The 2017 Edition of ARCO’s Summer School on Impact Evaluation Methodologies gives you the opportunity to choose among two different schools!
The first session will be held in Luxembourg from July the 10th to the 12th. The Summer School is organized by LISER, ARCO, DISIA (Department of Statistics, University of Florence) and co-sponsored by the European Social Fund Project (ESF), the Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy of Luxembourg.
Consultants, doctoral and post-doctoral students, academics, as well as anyone interested in methods used in evidence-based policy making are welcome to participate in a highly instructive program consisting in lectures, presentations and case studies.
Prof. Donald B. Rubin, Prof. Fabrizia Mealli and Prof. Alfonso Flores-Lagunes as well as a teaching staff of experts from various fields will share their knowledge during teaching sessions and tutorials. Throughout the Summer School, participants will be given the opportunity to appraise cutting-edge methodologies and to acquire practical knowledge about the main software used in data analysis.
In addition, the Summer School represents a precious opportunity to network with other impact evaluation specialists who have come together in the multicultural city of Luxembourg.
The Summer School will be followed by the International Workshop on “Causal Inference, Program Evaluation and External Validity”, which will be held from 13th-14th of July to which summer school participants can have access at a reduced fee.
The second session of our Summer School will take place in Bethlehem from July the 17th to the 21st and is organized by the University of Bethlehem on collaboration with VIS (International Voluntary Work for Development), CEI,MICAD (Masters in International Cooperation and Development), Unesco Network and ARCO. The first two days and a half will focus on M&E with Prof. Mario Biggeri while the remaining days will focus on impact evaluation methodologies with Prof. Fabrizia Mealli. For further information, please click the button below.