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Application & Financial Support Due date: February 27th, 2006

Overview

Design of Instruction

Previous EITM Institutes

 

Participant Bios

Guest Faculty Bios

Curriculum and Lead Faculty

I. Institutions and Institutional Analysis

II. Empirical Evaluation of Causality

III. Complexity: Diversity, Networks, Adaptation, and Emergence

IV. Additional Guest Lecturers and Student Presentations

 

Podcasting EITM 2006

Participant/Faculty Page

Contact: eitm@umich.edu

 

Previous EITM Institutes

Previous EITM institutes have been conducted at Harvard, Michigan, Duke and Berkeley

The Summer Institute on EITM at the University of Michigan is the fifth EITM institute. The institutes are conducted with the support of a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Links to the previous institutes can be found below:

EITM I Harvard University, 2002

EITM II University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2003

EITM III Duke University, 2004

EITM IV University of California, Berkeley, 2005


The principal investigators for the EITM Summer Institutes are:

John Aldrich, Duke University

James Alt, Harvard University

Henry E. Brady, University of California, Berkeley

Robert Franzese, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


Hosts and Host Institutios from previous EITM Institutes

The 2002 EITM I institute was co-hosted by the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (former Center for Basic Research in the Social Sciences (CBRSS)) of Harvard University, led by James Alt.

The 2003 EITM II institute was co-hosted by the Center for Political Studies at the Institute of Social Research and the Department of Political Science, the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, led by Robert Franzese.

The 2004 EITM III institute was hosted by the Political Science Department at Duke University, led by John Aldrich.

The 2005 EITM IV institute was hosted by The Survey Research Center, UC DATA (University of California Data Archive and Technical Assistance), and the Political Science Department at the University of California, Berkeley, led by Henry Brady.