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Pat Hastings is a PhD candidate in Sociology at UC Berkeley. His current research explores how attitudes and behaviors are shaped by contextual economic factors such as income inequality, average income, and unemployment. He is more generally interested in using surveys, experiments, and administrative data to study stratification, inequality, social change, economy & society, culture, and religion. His website is http://ophastings.com


April 14, 2016
February 26, 2016
February 19, 2016
January 14, 2016 - January 15, 2016


Stata, Quantitative Methods, public use datasets
Not currently available.

Consulting on using Stata (including data importing/manipulation/cleaning, analysis, output and graphics), quantitive methods (including regression, panel methods, multi-level models, and other methods for causal inference), and public use datasets (including IPUMS, ACS, Census, CEX, ATUS, and GSS)