Advances in Multilevel Modelling for Political Analysis

Date: Feb. 23, 2009
Place: University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Organizer: The Economic and Social Research Council
Computational modelling is a new method for the social sciences, combining many of the
advantages of quantitative and qualitative approaches. It also has distinctive benefits of its
own. This course is appropriate for researchers and other professionals, from any discipline,
who would like to apply mixed methods or use an innovative method for their research into
complex social systems. The taster course will show you what computational modelling can
do.

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