ITP | Cluster-Robust Inference in Quantitative Education Research

February 19, 2021, 12 - 1:30 pm Central Time on Zoom

ZOOM Virtual Presentation

James Pustejovsky

Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Cluster-robust inference methods are a mainstay of applied econometrics and quantitative program evaluation work. However, conventional cluster-robust methods have performance limitations that can be difficult to detect in practice. I will survey some recent proposals for how to refine cluster-robust methods and discuss applications in a range of educational research contexts, including program evaluation, meta-analysis, and single-case research.

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