

Quantitative Redistricting and
Gerrymandering Conference. ``The Essential Role of
Empirical Validation in Legislative Redistricting
Simulation.'' Presentation Slides.
Department of Mathematics, Duke University. March 3,
2020. 
Quantitative Social Science Colloquium.
``Experimental Evaluation of
ComputerAssisted Human Decision Making: Application to Pretrial
Risk Assessment Instruments.'' Princeton
University. February 28, 2020. 
Adaptive Experimentation Workshop. ``Experimental Evaluation of
Individualized Treatment Rules .'' Presentation
Slides. Facebook, New York. February 13,
2020. 
Keynote speaker, Special Workshop on
Evidencebased Policy Making. Presentation
Slides. World Economic Forum, Centre for the Fourth
Industrial Revolution, Japan. January 7, 2020. 
Invited presentation. ``Improving the External
Validity of Conjoint Analysis: The Essential Role of Population
Distribution.'' Presentation
Slides. National Taiwan University. October 8,
2019. 
Invited panel. ``Design and Analysis of
Twostage Randomized Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Joint Statistical Meetings, Denver
Colorado. July 29, 2019. 
JASA Theory and Methods Invited Papers
Session. ``Discussion of ``The Blessings of
Multiple Causes'' by Wang and Blei.'' Presentation
Slides. Joint Statistical Meetings, Denver
Colorado. July 29, 2019. 
Invited presentation. ``Experimental Design and
Statistical Inference for Conjoint Analysis: The Essential Role of
Population Distribution.'' Presentation
Slides. Annual Summer Meeting of the Society for
Political Methodology. July 19, 2019. 
Center for Advanced Interdisciplinary
Research Seminar. ``Automated Coding of
Political Campaign Advertisement Videos: An Empirical Validation
Study.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Tokyo. June 13,
2019. 
The 20th Anniversary Conference. ``Matching Methods for Causal
Inference with TimeSeries CrossSectional Data.'' Presentation Slides.
Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences, University of
Washington, March 24, 2019. 
The Prevention Science and Methodology
Group. ``Design and
Analysis of Twostage Randomized Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Center for Prevention Implementation
Methodology, Northwestern University. May 21, 2019. 
International Causal Inference Conference.
``Statistical Analysis
of Twostage Randomized Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Peking University, Department of
Biostatistics. May 11, 2019. 
Distinguished Seminar. ``Design and Analysis of
Twostage Randomized Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS). May 7,
2019. 
Applied Statistics Workshop. ``Automated Coding of
Political Campaign Advertisement Videos: An Empirical Validation
Study.'' Presentation
Slides. Institute for Quantitative Social Science,
Harvard University. April 3, 2019. 
SAGE Research Methods Video: Data Science,
Big Data Analytics, and Digital Methods. ``Researching the Value of
Health Insurance in India using a LargeScale Field
Experiment.'' Video. April
2, 2019. 
Keynote Talk. ``Statistical Analysis of
Twostage Randomized Controlled Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Harvard Experimental Political Science Graduate
Student Conference. March 29, 2019. 
Beyond Curve Fitting: Causation,
Counterfactuals and ImaginationBased AI. ``Causality,
Social Sciences, and Statistics.'' Presentation Slides.
Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, Spring
Symposium Series, Stanford University, March 26, 2019.

Quantitative Research Methods Workshop.
``Matching Methods for
Causal Inference with TimeSeries CrossSectional
Data.'' Presentation Slides.
Department of Political Science, Yale University, March 8,
2019. 
Causal Inference Seminar. ``Causal Inference with
Interference and Noncompliance in Twostage Randomized Controlled
Trials.'' Presentation
Slides. Departments of Biostatistics and Statistics,
Boston University. February 4, 2019. 
California Center for Population Research.
``Matching Methods for
Causal Inference with TimeSeries CrossSectional
Data.'' Presentation
Slides. University of California, Los Angeles. January
23, 2019.

Department of Statistics. ``Causal Inference with
Interference and Noncompliance in Twostage Randomized Controlled
Trials.'' Presentation
Slides. University of California, Los Angeles. January
22, 2019.

Asian Political Methodology Meeting.
``Matching Methods for
Causal Inference with TimeSeries CrossSectional
Data.'' Presentation
Slides. Doshisha University. January 6, 2019.

Keynote Talk. ``Matching Methods for Causal
Inference with TimeSeries CrossSectional Data.''
Presentation
Slides. Latin American Political Methodology
Meeting, University of Los Andes. November 9, 2018.

Technology, Public Policy, and Social Impact
Seminar. ``Using a
Probabilistic Model to Assist Merging of Largescale
Administrative Records.'' Presentation
Slides. Harvard University, October 30, 2018.

Causal Inference and Machine Learning
Workshop at the Data Sciece Initiative
Conference. ``Causal
Interaction in Factorial Experiments: Application to Conjoint
Analysis.'' Presentation
Slides. Harvard Data Science Institute. October 18,
2018.

Biostatistics, Bioinformatics, and
Biomathematics Seminar. ``Causal Inference with
Interference and Noncompliance in Twostage Randomized Controlled
Trials.'' Presentation Slides.
Georgetown University. October 12, 2018. 
Quantitative Redistricting Workshop. ``Redistricting through Markov
Chain Monte Carlo.'' Presentation
Slides. Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences
Institute (SAMSI), October 8, 2018. 
Statistics Department Colloquium. ``Causal Inference with
Interference and Noncompliance in Twostage Randomized Controlled
Trials.'' Presentation Slides.
Harvard University. October 1, 2018. 
Organized Panel. ``Causal Inference with
Interference and Noncompliance in Twostage Randomized Controlled
Trials.'' Presentation Slides.
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association,
Boston. August 30, 2018. 
Invited Panel. ``Matching Methods for Causal
Inference with TimeSeries CrossSection Data.'' Presentation Slides.
Joint Statistical Meetings, Vancouver. August 1, 2018.

Summer Political Methodology Meeting. ``Matching Methods for Causal
Inference with TimeSeries CrossSection Data.'' Presentation
Slides. Provo, Utah. July 19, 2018.

Department of Economics.
``Validating
Selfreported
Turnout.'' Presentation
Slides. Yokohama City University, July 9, 2018.

Department of Politics.
``Validating
Selfreported
Turnout.'' Presentation
Slides. New York University, April 10, 2018.

Center for the Study of Democratic Politics.
``Validating
Selfreported
Turnout.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University, March 8, 2018.

Biostatistics Seminar. ``Causal Inference with
Interference and Noncompliance in Twostage Randomized Controlled
Trials.'' University of Pennsylvania, Department of
Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Informatics, February 13, 2018.

Institute for Policy Research. ``Validating Selfreported
Turnout.'' Presentation
Slides. Northwestern University, January 24, 2018.

Asian Political Methodology Conference. ``Using a Probabilistic
Model to Assist Merging of Largescale Administrative
Records.'' Presentation
Slides. Seoul National University, January 11, 2018.

Japanese Society for Quantitative Political
Science Meeting. ``Validating Selfreported
Turnout.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Tokyo, January 8, 2018.

Prevension Science Methodology Group. ``Causal Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation Slides.
Stanford Medical School, December 14, 2015. 
QStep Programme
Symposium. ``How to Teach
Quantitative Methods to Social Science Students: The Princeton
Experience.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Warwick. November 24,
2015. 
School of Government and Public
Policy. ``Causal
Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Strathclyde, Scotland,
November 23, 2015. 
Curriculum Innovation Fund Faculty
Panel. ``How to Teach an
Introductory Statistics Course.'' Presentation
Slides. McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning,
Princeton University. November 19, 2015. 
Interdisciplinary Seminar in Quantitative
Methods. ``Causal
Interaction in High Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Michigan, November 4,
2015. 
Department of
Biostatistics. ``Causal
Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. Johns Hopkins School of Public Health,
November 2, 2015. 
AidData. ``Causal Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. College of William and Mary. October 9,
2015. 
Invited Panel. ``Causal Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. Joint Statistical Meetings. August 12,
2015. 
Annual Summer Meeting of the Society for
Political
Methodology. ``Causal
Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Rochester. July 23,
2015. 
Annual Summer Workshop on Quantitative
Social Science.
``Survey
Methodologies for Sensitive Questions.''
Presentation
Slides. Keio University, July 15,
2015. 
Annual Summer Workshop on Quantitative
Social Science. ``Causal
Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. Doshisha University. July 23,
2015. 
School of Political Science and
Economics. ``Building Curriculum and
Infrastructure for Quantitative Social Science.'' Presentation
Slides. Waseda University, June 30,
2015. 
Political Communication and Journalism. ``Unpacking the Black Box
of Causality: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observational Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. School of Communication Research, University
of Amsterdam. June 10, 2015. 
Department of Operations Research and
Financial Engineering. ``A New Automated Redistricting
Simulator Using Markov Chain Monte Carlo.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University, May 5,
2015. 
Center for Lifespan
Psychology. ``Unpacking
the Black Box of Causality: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from
Experimental and Observational
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Max Planck Institute for Human Development,
Germany. April 28, 2015. 
Political Methodology Seminar. ``Causal Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University. April 24,
2015. 
Keynote Talk at the UK Causal Inference
Conference. ``Causal
Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Bristol, United Kingdom. April
16, 2015. 
Keynote Talk at the Fourth Annual Joint
Conference of the Upstate Chapters of the American Statistical
Association. ``A New
Automated Redistricting Simulator Using Markov Chain Monte
Carlo.'' Presentation
Slides. Rochester, April 7, 2015. 
McCourt School of Public
Policy. ``Causal
Interaction in High
Dimension.'' Presentation
Slides. Georgetown University. March 26,
2015. 
Keynote Talk II at the Winter
Conference in
Statistics. ``Causal
Interaction.'' Presentation
Slides. Borgafjall, Sweden. March 11,
2015. 
Keynote Talk I at the Winter Conference
in
Statistics. ``Covariate
Balancing Propensity
Score.'' Presentation
Slides. Borgafjall, Sweden. March 9,
2015. 
Workshop for the Society Research on
Educational Effectiveness Spring
Conference. ``Workshop
on Causal Mediation
Analysis.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington D.C. March 4, 2015. 
Department of
Statistics. ``Causal
Interaction.'' Presentation
Slides. Carnegie Mellon University. March 2,
2015. 
Experiments in Governance and Politics
Conference. ``Causal
Interaction.'' Presentation
Slides. Presentation
Video. University of California, Los
Angeles. February 20, 2015. 
International Methodology Colloquim.
``Survey
Methodologies for Sensitive
Questions.'' Presentation
Slides. Presentation
Video Rice University, January 30,
2015. 
Asian Political Methodology
Conference. `` Fast
Estimation of Ideal Points with Massive
Data.'' Presentation
Slides. Academia Sinica, Taipei. January 9,
2015. 
Conference on Building The Evidence To Win
Voting Rights Cases. ``Three New Methodologies for Voting
Rights Litigation.'' Presentation
Slides. American Constitutional Society & Law. December
11, 2014. 
Curriculum Innovation Fund Faculty
Panel. ``Teaching an
Introductory Statistics Course: Challenges and
Strategies.'' Presentation
Slides. McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning,
Princeton University. November 18, 2014. 
The Centre for the Study of Democratic
Citizenship.
``Survey
Methodologies for Sensitive
Questions.'' Presentation
Slides. McGill University, October 30,
2014. 
The Centre for the Study of Democratic
Citizenship. ``Covariate
Balancing Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. Laval University and University of Montreal,
October 27 and 29, 2014. 
Department of Psychiatry.
``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score for General Treatment
Regimes.'' Presentation
Slides. Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia
University, October 14, 2014. 
Joint Statistical Meetings. ``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score for General Treatment Regimes.'' Presentation
Slides. Invited Session, Boston, August 7,
2014. 
The Society of Political Methodology
Summer Conference. ``A
New Automated Redistricting Simulator Using Markov Chain Monte
Carlo.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Georgia, July 25,
2014. 
College of Liberal Arts.
``Statistics and Social Sciences.''
University of Tokyo, July 7, 2014. 
Department of Advanced Social and
International Studies.
``Can Civilian Attitudes
Predict Civil War Violence?.'' University of Tokyo,
July 7, 2014. 
Invited Panel, ISNIE.
``A New Automated Redistricting.''
Duke Law School, June 20, 2014. 
Summer Institute, Empirical Implications
of Theoretical Models.
``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from
Experimental and Observational
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Duke University, June 19,
2014. 
Department of Government.
``Neighborhood Effects, Redistricting, and
American Political Geography.'' Dartmouth College,
June 7, 2014. 
Department of Government.
``Visualizing Data.'' Dartmouth
College, June 7, 2014. 
Department of Government.
``Quantitative Social Science at
Princeton.'' Dartmouth College, June 6,
2014. 
Science Expo.
``Finding Patterns in Random
Things.'' Littlebrook Elementary School, May 22,
2014. 
Graduate School of Education. ``Unpacking the
Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from
Experimental and Observational Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. The University of Pennsylvania, May 8,
2014. 
Conference on Identifying and Addressing
Challenges in Survey Research. ``Survey Methodologies
for Sensitive Questions.'' Center for the Study of
Democratic Studies, May 2, 2014. 
Computational Social Science Group. ``Redistricting, Voter
Files, and American Political Geography.''
Microsoft Research New York, April 29, 2014. 
Invited Speaker, International Meeting in
Experimental and Behavioral Social Sciences. ``Unpacking the
Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observational Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Oxford, April 11,
2014. 
Department of Statistics and
Biostatistics. ``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. Rutgers University, April 2,
2014. 
Causal Inference Workshop ``Statistics and Causal
Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. The Institute of Political Science,
Academia Sinica, February 25  27, 2014. 
The Fellowship of Woodrow Wilson Scholars.
``Unpacking the
Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observational Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University, February 17,
2014. 
The Bobst Center for Peace and Justice.
``Unpacking the
Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observational Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University, January 14,
2014. 
Asian Political Methodology Meeting.
``Can Civilian
Attitudes Predict Civil War Violence?.''
Presentation
Slides. Tokyo Institute of Technology, January
6, 2014. 
Keynote Address, Annual Conference of the
Australian Society for Quantitative Political
Science. ``Can
Civilian Attitudes Predict Civil War Violence?.''
Presentation
Slides. University of Sydney, December 9,
2013. 
Swiss Institute for Empirical Economic
Research. ``Covariate
Balancing Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. University of St. Gallen, Switzerland,
October 29, 2013. 
Department of Biostatistics and Medical
Informatics. ``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Wisconsin, Madison, October
18, 2013. 
APSA Short
Course. ``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from
Experimental and Observational
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Annual Meeting of the American Political
Science Association, Chicago, Illinois. August 28,
2013. 
Joint Statistical Meetings. ``Robust Estimation of
Inverse Probability Weights for Marginal Structural
Models.'' Presentation
Slides. Invited Session. Montreal, Canada. Aug
5, 2013. 
School of Political Science and
Economics. ``Estimating
Neighborhood Effects on Turnout from Geocoded Voter
Registration Records.'' Presentation
Slides. Waseda University, July 11,
2013. 
Department of Political Science and
International Relations. ``Estimating
Neighborhood Effects on Turnout from Geocoded Voter
Registration Records.'' Presentation
Slides. Seoul National University, July 4,
2013. 
Atlantic Causal Inference
Conference. ``Robust
Estimation of Inverse Probability Weights for Marginal
Structural Models.'' Presentation
Slides. School of Public Health, Harvard
University. May 21, 2013. 
Peabody Research Institute. ``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. Vanderbilt University, May 9,
2013. 
Department of Political Science. ``Estimating
Neighborhood Effects on Turnout from Geocoded Voter
Registration Records.'' Vanderbilt University,
May 8, 2013. 
Center for the Study of Social
Organization. ``Estimating
Neighborhood Effects on Turnout from Geocoded Voter
Registration Records.'' Princeton University,
May 8, 2013. 
Workshop for the Society Research on
Educational Effectiveness Spring Conference. ``Workshop on Covariate
Balancing Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington D.C. March 6, 2013. 
Department of Political Science. ``Comparing and
Combining List and Endorsement Experiments: Evidence
from Afghanistan.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Michigan. March 1,
2013. 
Department of Economics. ``Robust Estimation of
Inverse Probability Weights for Marginal Structural
Models.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Michigan. February 28,
2013.

Department of Political Science. ``Matching and Weighting
Methods for Causal Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. Duke University. January 18 and 19,
2013.

Center for Education Research. ``Identification and
Sensitivity Analysis for Multiple Causal Mechanisms:
Revisiting Evidence from Framing Experiments.''
Presentation
Slides. University of Wisconsin, Madison.
December 7, 2012. 
Center for Education
Research. ``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from
Experimental and Observational
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Wisconsin, Madison. December
6, 2012. 
Experiments in Governance and Politics
Conference. ``Covariate
Balancing Propensity
Score.'' Presentation
Slides. Stanford University. November 3,
2012. 
Annual Meeting of the Japanese Political
Science Association. ``Comparing and
Combining List and Endorsement Experiments: Evidence from
Afghanistan.'' Presentation
Slides. Kyusyu University. October 7,
2012. 
Experimental Research Workshop. ``Comparing and
Combining List and Endorsement Experiments: Evidence from
Afghanistan.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University. September 28,
2012. 
ACF/OPRE Methods Meeting. ``The Essential Role
of Pair Matching in ClusterRandomized Experiments, with
Application to the Mexican Universal Health Insurance
Evaluation.'' Presentation
Slides. Department of Health and Human
Services, Washington D.C. September 6, 2012. 
Joint Statistical
Meetings. ``Covariate
Balancing Propensity
Score.'' Presentation
Slides. San Diego. August 2,
2012. 
Causal Inference
Symposium. ``Identification
and Sensitivity Analysis for Multiple Causal Mechanisms:
Revisiting Framing
Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Jena, Germany. July 25,
2012. 
Political Methodology Summer
Meeting. ``Covariate
Balancing Propensity
Score.'' Presentation
Slides. University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill. July 19, 2012. 
The 2nd Institute of Mathematical
Statistics Asia Pacific Rim Meeting
``Statistical Analysis of
List
Experiments..'' Presentation
Slides. Tsukuba City, Japan. July 4,
2012. 
Empirical Implications of Theoretical
Models Summer Insitute. ``Statistics and
Causal Inference.'' Presentation
slides. Department of Politics, Princeton
University. June 2527, 2012. 
Causal Inference Symposium. ``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. New Jersey Chapter, American Statistical
Association. June 8, 2012. 
Research Department. ``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. InterAmerican Development Bank. June 1,
2012. 
Research Department. ``Unpacking the Black
Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental and
Observational Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. InterAmerican Development Bank. June 1,
2012. 
Atlantic Causal Inference Conference. ``On the Use of
Linear Fixed Effects Regression Models for Causal
Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. Bloomberg School of Public Health,
Johns Hopkins University.
May 24, 2012. 
Department of Political Science. ``On the Use of
Linear Fixed Effects Regression Models for Causal
Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington University in St. Louis.
April 27, 2012. 
Methodology Institute. ``Using Survey Experiments
to Measure Support for Combatants in Afghanistan.''
Presentation
Slides. London School of Economics and Political
Science. March 15, 2012. 
Read to the Ordinary
Meeting organized by the Research Section. ``Experimental Designs for
Identifying Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. Royal Statistical Society, London. March 14,
2012. 
Workshop for the Society Research on
Educational Effectiveness Spring Conference. ``Workshop on Causal
Mediation Analysis.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington D.C. March 8, 2012. 
Department of Statistics. ``Covariate Balancing
Propensity Score.'' Presentation
Slides. University of California, Los Angeles.
March 6, 2012. 
Department of Political Science. ``Eliciting Truthful
Responses to Sesitive Questions.'' Presentation
Slides. University of California, Los Angeles.
March 5, 2012. 
Department of
Government. ``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observational
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Dartmouth College. February 23,
2012. 
Department of Political
Science. ``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observational
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Southern California. January
23, 2012. 
International Conference on Quantitative
Political
Science. ``Understanding
and Improving Linear Fixed Effects Regression Models for Causal
Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. School of Law, Gakusyuin University, Tokyo
Japan, January 6, 2012. 
DC Comparative Politics Research
Seminar. ``Understanding
and Improving Linear Fixed Effects Regression Models for Causal
Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. Research Department, InterAmerican
Development Bank, Washington D.C. December 9, 2011. 
Experiments in Governance and Politics
Conference. ``Understanding
and Improving Linear Fixed Effects Regression Models for Causal
Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. Massachusetts Institute of
Technology. November 5, 2011. 
Department of
Politics. ``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observational
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Virginia. November 2,
2011. 
Prevention Science & Methodology Group. ``Experimental Designs for
Identifying Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Miami. October 18,
2011. 
Political Methodology
Colloquium. ``Understanding
and Improving Fixed Effects Regression Models for Causal
Inference.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University September 30,
2011. 
Workshop for the Society Research on
Educational Effectiveness Fall
Conference. ``Workshop
on Causal Mediation
Analysis.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington D.C. September 8,
2011. 
Annual Meeting of the American Political
Science
Association. ``Policy
Positions in Mixed Member Electoral Systems: Evidence from
Japan.'' Presentation
Slides. Seattle, Washington. September 1,
2011. 
Joint Statistical
Meetings. ``Experimental
Designs for Identifying Causal
Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. Miami Beach, Florida. August 2, 2011. 
Empirical Implications of Theoretical
Models Summer Insitute. ``Identification and
Causal Inference.'' Presentation
slides. University of Chicago, Harris School of Public
Policy. June 27  29, 2011. 
Northeast Methodology
Program. ``Statistical
Analysis of Endorsement Experiments: Measuring Support for
Militant Groups in
Pakistan..'' Presentation
Slides. New York University. May 13,
2011. 
West Coast Experiment
Conference. ``Statistical Analysis of
Endorsement Experiments: Measuring Support for Militant Groups in
Pakistan..'' Presentation
Slides. California Institute of Technology. May 6,
2011. 
Department of
Statistics. ``Statistical
Analysis of the Item Count
Technique.'' Presentation
Slides. University of California, Irvine, May 4
2011. 
Professional Development
Workshop. ``How to Conduct and
Present Statistical
Research.'' Presentation
Slides. Department of Politics, Princeton. April 29,
2011. 
Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political
Science
Association. ``Statistical
Analysis of List
Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Chicago, March 31 2011. 
Experimental Political Science
Conference. ``Statistical
Analysis of List
Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Center for Experimetal Social Science, New
York University, March 4 2011. 
Statistics and Machine Learning
Symposium. ``Political Methodology:
Applied Statisitcs in Political
Science.'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University. February 18,
2011. 
American Politics Research
Seminar. ``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observations
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Harris School of Public Policy, The
University of Chicago. January 19, 2011. 
Institute for Policy
Research. ``Unpacking
the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental
and Observations
Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. Northwestern University. January 18,
2011. 
Political Methodology Colloquium
``Statistical Analysis of
List
Experiments..'' Presentation
Slides. Princeton University. December 17,
2010. 
The Scholar as
Teacher. ``Teaching
Introductory Statistics in the Social Science
Departments..'' Presentation
Slides. McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning,
Princeton University. November 18, 2010. 
Center for the Study of Development Strategies. ``Measuring Political Support and Issue Ownership Using Endorsement Experiments, with Application to the Militant Groups in Pakistan..'' Presentation
Slides. Columbia University. November 5, 2010. 
Department of Mathematical Sciences. ``Statistical Analysis of List Experiments..'' Presentation
Slides. New Jersey Institute of Technology. October 29, 2010. 
Experiments in Governance and Politics Conference. ``Statistical Analysis of List Experiments..'' Presentation
Slides. New York University. October 9, 2010. 
Institute of Developing Economies. ``Eliciting Truthful Answers to Sensitive Survey Questions: New Statistical Methods for List and Endorsement Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Japan External Trade Organization. September 15, 2010. 
Institute of Statistical Mathematics. ``Unpacking the Black Box: Learning about Causal Mechanisms from Experimental and Observations Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. September 14, 2010. 
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. ``A Statistical Method for Empirical Testing of Competing Theories.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington, D.C. September 3, 2010. 
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. ``Discussion: Can We Get More Out of Experiments?.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington, D.C. September 4, 2010. 
Joint Statistical Meetings. ``Discussion of the Papers on the Extensions of Propensity Score'' Presentation
Slides. Vancouver. August 3, 2010. 
Society of Political Methodology Annual Summer Meeting. ``Eliciting Truthful Answers to Sensitive Survey Questions: New Statistical Methods for List and Endorsement Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Iowa. July 23, 2010. 
International Forum on Statistics and Society. ``A Bayesian Measurement Model of Political Support for Endorsement Experiments, with Application to the Militant Groups
in Pakistan.'' Presentation
Slides. School of Statistics, Renmin University of China. July 12, 2010. 
School of Political Science and Economics. ``Eliciting Truthful Answers to Sensitive Survey Questions: New Statistical Methods for List and Endorsement Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. Waseda University. July 6, 2010. 
Department of Global Health Policy. ``Eliciting Truthful Answers to Sensitive Survey Questions: New Statistical Methods for List and Endorsement Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Tokyo. July 5, 2010. 
Atlantic Causal Inference Conference. ``Experimental Identification of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University. May 21, 2010. 
Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. ``Randomized Evaluation of the Mexican Universal Health Insurance Program: Substantive and Methodological Findings.'' Presentation
Slides. Stanford University. April 27, 2010. 
Department of Political Science. ``A Statistical Method for Empirical Testing of Competing Theories.'' Presentation
Slides. University of California, Berkeley. April 14, 2010. 
Department of Biostatistics. ``Experimental Identification of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. University of California, Berkeley. April 13, 2010. 
Institute for Policy and Social Research.``Toward A Common Framework for Statistical Analysis and Development..'' Presentation
Slides. University of Kansas. April 2, 2010. 
Department of Mathematics and Statistics. ``Experimental Identification of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Maryland, Baltimore County. March 26, 2010. 
International Conference on the
Frontier of Quantitative Political
Science. ``A Mixture
Modeling Approach for Empirical Testing of Competing
Theories.'' Presentation
Slides. Gakusyuin University. January 8,
2010. 
Experiments in Governance and Politics Conference. ``Experimental Identification of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. Columbia University. October 17, 2009. 
Japanese Political Science Association Annual Meeting. ``Statistical Analysis of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. Nippon University. October 12,
2009. 
International Symposium on Experimental Social Sciences. ``New Statistical Methods and Experimental Designs for the Identification of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Tokyo, Japan. October 9, 2009. 
The 2009 Joint Statistical Meetings. ``A General Approach to
Causal Mediation Analysis.'' Presentation
Slides. Washington DC. August 6, 2009. 
The Annual Summer Political Methodology Meeting. ``Political
Methodology and Statistics.'' Presentation
Slides. Yale University, July 25,
2009. 
Conference on Quantitative Social Science Research Using R. ``Causal Mediation Analysis in R.'' Presentation
Slides. Fordham University, June 18,
2009. 
Department of Statistics. ``Planning the Optimal
Getoutthevote Campaign Using
Randomized Field Experiments.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Wisconsin, Madison. April 15,
2009. 
Institute of Behavioral
Science. ``Use of Matching Methods for Causal
Inference in Experimental and
Observational Studies.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Colorado, Boulder, April 13,
2009. 
Department of Political Science. ``Statistical Analysis
of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Colorado, Boulder, April 13,
2009. 
Department of Political Science. ``Statistical Analysis
of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. University of Notre Dame, February 27
2009. 
Department of Political Science. ``Statistical Analysis
of Causal Mechanisms.'' Presentation
Slides. Columbia University, January 30
2009. 
Department of Political Science.
``One Day Short Course on Statistical Methods
for Causal Inference.'' Rice University, January 23
2009. 