So pleased that our paper “Central Bank Communication as Public Opinion? Experimental Evidence” was selected for the David A Lake best paper presented at IPES 2018. You can read it here.
So happy to be teaching at Waseda’s Summer Research Course in Tokyo, Japan (September 9 to September 20). I also finally managed to move my course over to the cloud, and setting it up was a big learning experience, but I think it will hopefully make for less troubleshooting in the classroom and more time to talk text analysis.
Another fabulous cohort of excited students learning QTA at the summer school at Essex.
You can find it here!
EITM Europe 2018 is underway in the beautiful loction of Torino, Italy. The first module on statistics from June 25 until June 27 (and the math refresher from June 23 until June 24) will be taught by James Lo (University of Southern California), the theoretical module from June 28 until June 30 by Thomas Bräuninger (University of Mannheim), the module on machine learning from July 2 until July 4 by Nicole Baerg (University of Essex), and the module on social media from July 5 until July 7 by Pablo Barberá (London School of Economics and Political Science). For more details, see our program.
The collaborative research center SFB 884 was informed of its renewal for 4 more years. I was awarded a “Mercator Fellowship” by the German Science Foundation for my collaborations with projects C4 and B6.