Economic Data Literacy Workshop
Edi Tebaldi, Ph.D., professor of Economics at Bryant University, delivered a workshop in February 2019 focused on understanding data that is often used to shape public policy. He was joined by an expert panel, including Paul L. Dion, Chief of the Rhode Island Office of Revenue Analysis; Stephen Whitney, Fiscal Advisor for the Rhode Island Senate; and John Riendeau, Director of Business Development for the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation.
We welcome you to download the following readings and presentations from the workshop.
- Machine Learning and Economics
- Data Science, Big Data and Data Analytics
- Correlation vs. Causation
- Adjusting Nominal Values to Real Values
- Economic Data Literacy Presentation
- Speaker Bios
- Commerce Rhode Island Presentation
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