Event price: $ 1,000,000 COP

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Start date: 03-07-2020

End date: 01-08-2020

Duration: 48.00 hours.

Event city: Medellin

Hours: Friday, July 3 from 06:00 pm to 09:00 pm and Saturday from 07:00 am to 01:00 pm.
Place: Calle 10ª # 22- 04, Universidad CES.

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Event Code: 70074434

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Faculty: Medicine Public Health Health Management

Maria Katherin Gallego Ruiz.
Administrative assistant.
mgallego@ces.edu.co.
4440555 Ext 1338.

Arlex Uriel Palacio Barahona
Director of the center for the evaluation of health technologies (cetex).
apalacios@ces.edu.co.
4440555 Ext 1255.

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Modality

The modality of the event is Face-to-face

This course will delve into aspects of impact evaluation, with practical examples on policies, intervention or real programs. The attractiveness of using evaluation methods will be discussed, as well as the main conceptual problems to identify the causality or not of the interventions that may well be technological components established by public-private institutions. In this sense, different econometric techniques that have been proposed from the literature will be discussed, exposing in detail their advantages and disadvantages. In particular, the following techniques will be discussed in depth: Randomized Controlled Trials, Propensity Score Matching, Regression Discontinuity Design, Difference in Difference Methods, Instrumental Variables, Structural Models and to a lesser degree: Meditation Analysis and Structural Modeling. Each technique (method) presented will be illustrated and discussed with examples and some practical exercises, being mainly applications for Colombia and Latin America.
Knowledge prerequisites: basic and inferential statistics and basic management of Stata and R software.

Target audience, Health professionals and professionals from the social sciences interested.

Master sessions where we will have a theoretical session and a practical session for each impact evaluation method; which should be resolved in small groups in order to have rich discussions. The software that will be used is STATA. Attendees will have the opportunity to empirically replicate part of the papers using the previous reading method the day before classes. It is very important that these readings occur in order to guide the assistant in interpreting the results.

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Study plan

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Objective

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Anderson Esneyder Acevedo Benitez
Telephone: (57) (4) 604 91 25
Mobile: 301 254 98 44
Email: anaceved@bancolombia.com.co

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    Introduction: Summary of the evaluation.
  • The purpose of the impact evaluation.
  • Current state of the literature.
  • Main references.
  • Part 1: The Experimental Design for Policy Impact Assessment (RCT).

  • Experimentation and potential results from a conceptual framework.
  • Address selection bias and causal inference.
  • Part 2: Alternatives to randomized treatment.

  • Propensity Score Matching.
  • Difference-in-Difference.
  • Regression Discontinuity Design.
  • Part 3: Alternatives and Complements to Randomized Treatment.

  • Instrumental Variables in Policy Evaluation.
  • Discovering the black box of causal impact.
  • Mediation analysis.
  • Structural modelling.
  • What can we learn from policy evaluation?

Know and apply impact evaluation techniques with practical examples on policies, intervention or programs.

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