The course provides an introduction to event history analysis (also known as survival analysis, duration data analysis, hazard regression, etc.) and its applications to longitudinal life-course data. Different approaches and strategies for univariate and multivariate analyses of duration data in the form of demographic rates are presented. Students are expected to develop own analytical skills and to achieve a sound methodological understanding of literature based on event-history analyses.

Language: English

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Course description and schedule

Event History Analysis 2018 (686 Kb) ( pdf)

Link to schedule

At this course, we are using the new learning platform Athena (instead of the old learning platform Mondo). At Athena you’ll have access to all information about the course such as schedule, schedule changes, course material and more.

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Teacher

Docent/Lecturer: Sven Drefahl

Docent: Eleonora Mussino