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January 2022

International Winter School on Public Policy (ALPS Edition 2022) – Qualitative Comparative Analysis

January 31 - February 4
International Public Policy Association, 3 Rue Maurice Audin
Vaulx-en-Velin, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 69120 France
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€150 – €350

Program Description The winter school aims at providing the opportunity for Ph.D. students and early career researchers to advance their knowledge on Public Policy theories, concepts and, methodologies. Students will take part in workshops where they will be able to discuss their research projects and receive feedback from both their peers and acclaimed scholars of public policy. In the course of 5 days, selected Ph.D. students or young scholars will have the opportunity to attend the following activities: Four hours…

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March 2022

Konstanz Methods Excellence Workshops: Qualitative Comparative Analysis

March 14 - March 18
Online
€390 – €430

Course Description This virtual main course, designed using an innovative pedagogical combination of asynchronous and synchronous on-line elements, introduces you to the nuts and bolts of Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA). QCA is an innovative set-theoretic technique that allows for comparisons of small, intermediate or large numbers of cases in order to identify necessary and / or sufficient conditions for an outcome. We will use real-world data to replicate a published study, work with examples from the participants’ own research projects,…

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Konstanz Methods Excellence Workshops: Comparative Case Study Design

March 14 - March 18
University of Konstanz, Universitaetsstrasse 10
Konstanz, 78464 Germany
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€390 – €430

Course Description This five-day, in-person main course provides you with the skills needed to design your qualitative comparative case study research, based on your own and/or other applied research projects. The course covers the topics of causal complexity, concept formation, casing and case selection, logics and strategies of comparison, accounting for context and time, choosing data collection and analysis strategies, as well as conceptual and research-practical issues when drawing inferences in case-oriented research.  Note: While the organizers intend to hold…

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April 2022

Introduction to Qualitative Comparative Analysis (AQCA: QCA Conference of the Americas)

April 6 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm CDT
University of Houston-Downtown, 1 Main Street
Houston, TX 77002 United States
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This one-day hybrid workshop provides a ground-up introduction to Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) and fuzzy sets. Designed for those who are new to QCA or wish to refresh their knowledge, participants will receive intensive instruction and hands-on experience with the fs/QCA software package. The goal of the workshop is to enable you to begin designing and executing research projects using the set-analytic approach. Lunch is included. Access to the workshop is included with registration to the AQCA conference.

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May 2022

Introduction to Causal Data Analysis and Modeling with Coincidence Analysis

May 30 - June 2
University of Bergen Bergen, 5007 Norway + Google Map
€540

This workshop offers an intensive 4-day introduction to causal modeling with Coincidence Analysis (CNA), a relatively new configurational comparative method of data analysis geared towards causal complexity. In plenary lectures, the main developer of CNA, Michael Baumgartner, and a team of experienced CNA methodologists and practitioners will guide participants through the nuts and bolts of configurational data analysis as well as cutting-edge methodological innovations. In smaller practice groups, the instructors will demonstrate how to make the most of current software…

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June 2022

Summer School in Social Research Methods: Comparative Research Designs

June 20 - June 24
Radboud University, Houtlaan 4
Nijmegen, 6525 XZ Netherlands
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€431 – €575

The purpose of this course is to provide training on all aspects that enable a researcher to build and implement the most appropriate comparative research design – the latter broadly defined as any research enterprise that comprises at least two ‘cases’ or observations. On the one hand, the course will cover a few fundamental upstream questions: why compare; what is the added value of comparison? What are the logical underpinnings and mental operations behind comparison? What should be the mindset…

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Summer School in Social Research Methods: Introduction to Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)

June 20 - June 24
Radboud University, Houtlaan 4
Nijmegen, 6525 XZ Netherlands
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€431 – €575

This course introduces students to the nuts and bolts of Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA), an innovative set-theoretic technique that allows for comparisons of small, intermediate or large numbers of cases in order to identify necessary and/or sufficient conditions for an outcome. It is an attractive method for scholars who seek to model causally complex patterns and integrate in-depth case knowledge at all stages of the analysis. We will introduce you to performing QCA with the freely available R software using…

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Summer School in Social Research Methods: Advanced Applied Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)

June 27 - July 1
Radboud University, Houtlaan 4
Nijmegen, 6525 XZ Netherlands
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€431 – €575

The central aim of the course is to enable participants to put in practice state-of-the-art QCA empirical research. Apart from learning how to apply QCA in the best possible way, discussions in class will address from a set-theoretic point of view general methodological issues, such as robustness tests, theory evaluation, case selection strategies, or the role of time and temporality in descriptive and causal inference. Core topics: Enhanced Standard Analysis; QCA Robustness Test Protocol; clustered data; Set-Theoretic Theory Evaluation; Set-Theoretic…

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