Which IPSA course should I choose?

Quantitative Methods for Public Policy Analysis is an appropiate course to review the different appropriate techniques for causal effect, used in both the analysis of empirical evidence in the academic field and for the assessment of the public policies success.

The Summer School offer includes courses for public oriented to qualitative methods. Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA): Performing Basics and Advanced Analyses Using R introduces participants to set-theoretic methods and their application in the social sciences with a focus on Qualitative Comparative Analysis. The Mixed Method and Case Study Research course may interest you if you are looking to complement the strengths of qualitative research in the case study with quantitative tools.

In Survey Research Methods the students get the tools that they need to test their theories and produce presentations of their results for the top journals in Political Science, International Relations, Public Policy, and other related disciplines.