We are pleased to announce that the 2021 Brazilian Stata Conference will take place on Friday, December 3rd 2021, hosted online via Zoom.
Experience what happens when new and long-time Stata users from across all disciplines gather to discuss real-world applications of Stata.
In the past, participants have travelled from across Brazil and the world to attend. The meeting provides Stata users with the opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences, and information on new applications of Stata. StataCorp representatives will be in attendance. The invited speakers this year are Edson Severnini (Carnegie Mellon University) and Jaqueline Oliveira (Rhodes College).
It will be free to attend the Conference, and it is open to anyone who is interested in using Stata.
We are pleased to announce that Joerg Luedicke, Senior Social Scientist and Software Developer at StataCorp, will be presenting Multinomial logit models for longitudinal data at this year's conference. Following Joerg's presentation, there will be an 'Open Panel Discussion with Stata Developers', don't miss this exciting opportunity.
The conference language will be English because of the international nature of the meeting.
3rd December 2021
Timetable (UTC - 3) - Sao Paulo
10:30 - 10:40am
10:40am - 12:30pm
(40 min) – Impacts of the Clean Air Act on the Power Sector from 1938-1994: Anticipation and Adaptation.
Edson Severnini (Carnegie Mellon University)
(20 min) – Basedosdados: a new package to access and manipulate more than 60 clean Brazilian databases directly from Stata
Isabella H. Claudino (IPEA) e Ricardo Dahis (Base dos Dados e PUC Rio)
(20 min) – Political environmental cycles: how election incentives affect environmental policy and forest conservation outcomes
Patricia Ruggiero (FEA/USP) e Paula Pereda (FEA/USP)
(20 min) – Determinants of Regional Innovation in Brazil between 1998 and 2018: a spatial panel approach
Sarah Ferreira (UNICAMP), Renato Garcia (UNICAMP) e Veneziano Araújo (UNIFESP)
(10 min) – Q&A
12:30 - 13:30pm
13:30 - 15:20pm
(40 min) – The effects of road on trade and migration.
Jaqueline Oliveira (Rhodes College)
(20 min) – Female poverty determinants in Brazil between 2012 and 2019
Taís Maria G. de Lima (UNIFESP), Solange Ledi Gonçalves (UNIFESP) e André Roncaglia de Carvalho (UNIFESP)
(20 min) – Gender Gap and Leisure Time: Evidence from Brazilian Couples
Ana Luiza N. de Holanda Barbosa (IPEA, GeFam e IBMEC-Rio)
(20 min) – Pink Tech: Did Computers and the Internet Reduce the Gender Wage Gap? Evidence from Brazilian Data
Ana Abras , Giovana C. Bigliazzi e Mônica Y. Kuwahara (Universidade Federal do ABC)
(10 min) – Q&A
15:20 - 15:30pm
15:30 - 16:10pm
Multinomial logit models for longitudinal data
Joerg Luedicke, Social Scientist and Software Developer (Stata Corp)
Open Panel Discussion with Stata Developers
Ana de Holana Barbosa
(IPEA e IBMEC-Rio)
(FEA/USP e GeFam)
The conference will be online. We will host the conference presentations and breakrooms via this website.
Join us wherever you are in the world, and be part of the conversation.
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