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Conference on Digital Experimentation at MIT: 10-11 October 2014

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The first Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE) @ MIT will take place this October 10-11, 2014 at the Sloan School of Management. 
Details of the event can be found at:
The ability to rapidly deploy micro-level randomized experiments at population scale is, in our view, one of the most significant innovations in modern social science. When appropriately theorized and rigorously applied, randomized experiments are the gold standard of causal inference and a cornerstone of effective policy. But the scale and complexity of these experiments also create scientific and statistical challenges for design and inference. 

The purpose of the Conference on Digital Experimentation at MIT (CODE) is to bring together leading researchers conducting and analyzing large scale randomized experiments in digitally mediated social and economic environments, in various scientific disciplines including economics, computer science and sociology, in order to lay the foundation for ongoing relationships and to build a lasting multidisciplinary research community.
Workshop: October 10-11, 2014
Abstract Submission Deadline: August 15, 2014