Bristol event history analysis course

Bristol’s Centre for Multilevel Modelling are running this course in September 2012:

Discrete-time Event history analysis, 10-11 September 2012, University of Bristol

To apply, please go to Workshops on www.bristol.ac.uk/cmm and follow the link to the application form.

This workshop will introduce methods for the analysis of event history data (also known as survival or duration data) with a focus on discrete-time methods. Advanced topics such as modelling recurrent events, transitions between multiple states and correlated event histories will also be discussed. Examples of potential applications of these more advanced methods are studies of the timing of births and duration of unemployment spells (recurrent events), transitions between different labour market states, and the interrelationship between female labour force participation and childbearing (correlated histories).

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