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Lecture: Guidelines for Small Group Project Health Economics 01:220:316 Prof. Derek DeLia, Ph.D.
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Overview 1. Find data on a health related topic 2. Estimate a multiple linear regression model 3. Write paper Why do this? Really know applied econometrics Reinforce learning goals
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Key milestones Proposal: 2/11/11 Preliminary results: 3/22/11 Final report: 4/22/11 Come talk to me. In person!
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Small groups You should work in groups of 2 to 3 Communicate in person, by phone, by email, etc. Everyone is responsible for all products Important : Form your group early. Start planning/dividing up the work ASAP. Key first task : Identify a useable dataset n ≥ 30 observations
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Grading & group dynamics Everyone in each group gets the same grade. You decide how the work is divided up. YOU are responsible for staying in touch with each other. You may NOT change groups after submitting your proposal.
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