This is another work by Gerson. He made all the codes this time, and I just wrote these few words here. Again, this is part of our project to foster Open Science in our research community and make coding more accessible.
Gerson and I are working in several projects to foster Open Science in our research community. We are sharing in this post a code to create a map using open data from the World Bank.
This post aims to help students who are about to present the master’s dissertation to the committee. I hope it is helpful to you!
If you are presenting a Ph.D. thesis, the depth of each slide changes a bit (and the time you have also increases by some minutes, to 20-25 minutes), but the order and structure are the same.
Click above to see the slides I used in a seminar about quantitative and finance research at IAG PUC-Rio.
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Hey, check my video (in portuguese) where we discuss an example about omitted variable and how they can bias a regression coefficient.
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Let’s create a quick visualization of selection bias and how it can lead us to wrong interpretations.
First, load the following packages.
Then, fabricate the data. I am fabricating data that fit what I have in mind.
I am starting this week my course Empirical Corporate Finance and Governance for master’s students. So we are going to see here more stuff about Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, and academic research on these topics.