Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Administration
Kevin Brabazon, PhD is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Administration at NYU Wagner, and an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He is also a lecturer in gerontology at La Guardia College, City University of New York. He received his MPA and PhD from Wagner.
Dr. Brabazon provides a variety of consulting services to not-for-profit organizations, including survey and data analysis, data management, evaluations, and program development. He has a special interest in intergenerational services and, as a consultant to the Brookdale Foundation, developed a national network of services for grandparents and other relatives raising grandchildren. He is the author of a number of publications in the intergenerational field - most recently a reprint of the book, "Intergenerational Approaches in Aging", published by the Haworth Press - and has been president of the New York State Intergenerational Network since 1991.
Multiple Regression and Intro to Econometrics
Multiple regression is the core statistical technique used by policy and finance analysts in their work. In this course, you will learn how to use and interpret this critical statistical technique. Specifically you will learn how to evaluate whether regression coefficients are biased, whether standard errors (and thus t statistics) are valid, and whether regressions used in policy and finance studies support causal arguments.
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
This course introduces students to basic statistical methods and their application to management, policy,