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LSEUPR Course – Introduction to Regression (week 6)

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    LSEUPR Course: Distributions, the Law of Large Numbers and the Central Limit Theorem (week 2)

LSEUPR Course: Distributions, the Law of Large Numbers and the Central Limit Theorem (week 2)

 

 

LSEUPR Course: Population vs. Sample (week 1)

 

January 25th, 2016|Hidden, Uncategorized|1 Comment|
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    Is “freedom of information” a viable research tool? Step One: Composing a Request

Is “freedom of information” a viable research tool? Step One: Composing a Request

Elizabeth Meehan
(Undergraduate at Northwestern University & General Course student, LSE)

Image rights: Lay Sheng Yap
(BSc Government and Economics)
Is “freedom of information” a viable research tool?
Step One: Composing a Request
Freedom of information (FOI) laws allow private citizens to request data from public authorities.
It also requires these agencies to publish certain information in the public interest on a regular basis. To understand […]

December 14th, 2015|Featured, Uncategorized|0 Comments|
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    Undergraduate internship scheme: what’s it like to work as a research assistant?

Undergraduate internship scheme: what’s it like to work as a research assistant?

This article was first published in the Department of Government blog: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/government/
In summer 2015, the Department of Government ran a research internship scheme for undergraduates. The programme was an opportunity for BSc students to develop key skills by working with academic faculty on their research. We caught up with research assistant Barnaby Perkes and Dr Denisa Kostovicova to hear more about […]

November 13th, 2015|Featured, Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Meet the LSEUPR Team

LSEUPR Team 2015/2016

 

An Introduction to LSEUPR

Hello! We are pleased to introduce the LSE Undergraduate Political Review (LSEUPR). The LSEUPR is the first undergraduate political journal housed at LSE. It is run by undergraduate students from across the departments and offers a platform for undergraduates here and around the world to publish their research in one of two forums. Those young academics interested in current, media-facing […]