The Joint Conferences on Causal Inference, Institutions and Law Making will be held on February 22 – 24, 2018, at Emory University.
The event begins with a conference (Feb. 22) devoted to considering the various ways in which theoretical models influence challenges of drawing causal inferences from data. It continues with a conference (Feb. 23-24) devoted to the theme of studying how governing institutions shape the process of law making. Please visit each page (Day One – Day Three) for a detailed agenda.
The conferences are co-sponsored by the Institute for Quantitative Theory and Methods and the Center for Law and Social Science. Sessions are free and open to the public. We do request, however, that you fill out the RSVP form on Contacts Page of this website if you plan to attend.