Econ Datalab

Dive into the data and make Economics relevant

Description

The Econ DataLab will provide students with professional experience in analyzing relevant economic issues for external clients.

In this Lab, students will learn the necessary skills to produce a sound applied economic report from start to finish. They will learn how to use statistical tools and mathematical methods to describe, analyse and predict economic and business phenomenon to meet the client’s needs. The main focus of this Lab is related to the art of using economic theory and statistical techniques to analyse real world data sets. Particular emphasis is given to the careful interpretation of numerical results for business decision making or policy implications according to the client’s needs. Once they finish the Lab, students will have created professional economic reports which will undoubtedly add value to their curriculum.

Objectives

Meet with clients to discuss their needs.

Analize numerical results and interpret/evaluate relationships between variables.

Learn to be efficient in the process of gathering data and to organize that data in the most convenient way for its corresponding research question.

Foster a logic and rigorous reasoning when facing quantitative analysis.

Identify the relevant elements when facing a business decision.

Present to the client a final report or the different development stages of one.

EXAMPLES OF CONSULTANCIES

Clients

Teatro Real

Thyssen Museum

Talgo

IE Student Life

Tiermes Archaeology Department

PI Audio

Tanaka

Asocine and Futsal

Lab Directors

Ainara González de San Román

agod@faculty.ie.edu

Ainara González de San Román holds a PhD in Economics (Universidad del País Vasco, 2013). Her interests focus on policy evaluation, education, labor market and gender inequalities. Her PhD research was concentrated on understanding gender differences,both in the labor market and also in earlier stages of life, such us children performance. She is also familiar with the use of a variety of quantitative methods in econometrics. She has regularly exercised teaching (Universidad del País Vasco, Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros – Madrid) and she is currently professor in Introduction to Economics and Econometrics at IEU.Over the past five years she has been part of various research projectson policy evaluation.

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