David Bravo. “Microdata, Longitudinal Data and Administrative Records in Chile”

In the II Open Seminar of IMFD, David Bravo, an economist at the Catholic University of Chile, Master in Economics at Harvard University, USA, and director of the UC Center for Surveys and Longitudinal Studies, will present the work of the center he directs. It is a multidisciplinary space devoted to research for the development and evaluation of public policies, formed by professionals from the areas of education, economics, psychology, and sociology.

Its main objective is to generate empirical research based on surveys and longitudinal data, from a multidisciplinary perspective and incorporating technology and innovation in the processes and methodologies of statistics collection and analysis, allowing an empirical perspective in social observation.

WHEN: Friday, May 31st, at 12.00.
WHERE: San Agustín Auditorium. Located in the School of Engineering (San Agustín Building), of the San Joaquín Campus of the P. Universidad Católica. Vicuña Mackenna 4860, Macul, Santiago (Metro San Joaquín).