1. Quantitative knowledge giving the opportunity of being original in the proposal and/or application of new studies in a research context.
2. Implementation of the techniques to solve problems in new or scarcely knwon enviroments in multidisciplinary contexts.
3. Ability to communicate to specialists and non-specialists, the conclusions using arguments about the instruments in which they are based.
4. Leaarning abilities to keep studying in an autonomous way.
1. Evaluation and comparison of alternative contributions to the important debates of the Social Sciences from an empirical point of view.
2. Evaluation of the arguments in scietific publications, with special focus on the consistency between theory and empirical results.
3. Give scientific arguments with clarity and precision.
4. Use quantitative techniques in research projects.
5. Desing of reserch projects for testing general hypothesis of interest.
1. Searching, analysis and understanding of the empirical properties of data associated with social phenomena.
2. Mastery of quantitative instruments to implement them in research.
1. Mastering of quantitative methods to carry out research in Sociology, Political Science and Economic History.
2. Ability to carry out causal analysis.
3. Mastering of empirical analysis of microdata: households, companies or individuals using models and procedures appropriate for cross-sectional and panel data.
4. Ability to replicate results from scientific papers and to explain the details of the replications.
5. Carrying out empirical studies using the procedures in a critical and creative way.