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CUFE-BS Academic Seminar: CUFE Business School PhD Candidate Academic Competence Enhancing Seminar Session 1 No. 4
Date :2021-05-24Click :

Topic: Double difference method and its application

 

Time:9:30- 11:00AM, 26 May 2021

 

Location: Room A02, MBA Centre

 

Speaker: Dr. Peng Yuchao

 

Abstract:

 

Endogenous treatment and causal identification have been important problems encountered in empirical research in management and economics. The double difference method (DID) is an important response to the problem with its wide application and simple operation. The lecture mainly introduces the modeling ideas of DID, and teaches the Stata operation process of DID combined with published articles.

 

Speaker Profile:

 

Dr.Peng Yuchao, Associate professor at the School of Finance, Central University of Finance and Economics, Director of the Academic Exchange Department of the School of Finance, Executive Director of the Silk Road Financial Research Center, and member of the National Youth Federation of Finance Sub. His research direction are banking and corporate finance and China's macro economy. Dr. Peng has published more than 40 papers in authoritative domestic and foreign journals such as Economic Research, World Economy, Economics (Quarterly), Financial Research and Journal of Development Economics, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Business Ethics. He has presided over 1 National Natural Science Fund and participated in more than 10 national projects.

  

  

  

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