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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Conclusion Professor Martin Seeleib-Kaiser concludes the ESRC/OISP Workshop on Comparative Methods. Martin Seeleib-Kaiser 12 Mar 2012
2 Creative Commons Merging Macro and Micro Data? Session 6 of the ESRC/OISP Workshop on Comparative Methods - Merging Macro and Micro Data? with Dr Mark Tomlinson. Mark Tomlinson 12 Mar 2012
3 Creative Commons An Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling in Comparative Social Analysis Session 5 of the ESRC/OISP Workshop on Comparative Methods: An Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling in comparative Social Analysis - Dr Mark Tomlinson. Mark Tomlinson 12 Mar 2012
4 Creative Commons Challenges and Limits of Macro-Quantitative Analysis Session 4 of the ESRC/OISP workshop on Comparative Methods: Challenges and Limits of Macro-Quantitative Analysis with Dr Emanuele Ferragina. Emanuele Ferragina 12 Mar 2012
5 Creative Commons Ideal Types and Welfare Regimes: An Application Session three of the ESRC/OISP Workshop in Comparative Methods. Ideal Types and Welfare Regimes: An Application. Emanuele Ferragina 12 Mar 2012
6 Creative Commons Introduction to Comparative Analysis (part 2) Professor Martin Seeleib-Kaiser gives the second part of his introduction to Comparative Methods. Martin Seeleib-Kaiser 12 Mar 2012
7 Creative Commons Introduction to Comparative Analysis (part 1) Professor Martin Seeleib-Kaiser gave an introduction to what comparative analysis is. Martin Seeleib-Kaiser 12 Mar 2012