I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Duke University. My research focuses on econometrics and social interactions.
With the Social Science Research Institute at Duke, I have created a series of 114 video modules on causal inference. You can view them at our module site modU or via YouTube. These are nontechnical explanations of the basic methods social scientists use to learn about causality. These are free for everyone to use, so please check them out!