A Further Study of Propensity Score Calibration in Missing Data Analysis

@article{Han2018AFS,
  title={A Further Study of Propensity Score Calibration in Missing Data Analysis},
  author={Peisong Han},
  journal={Statistica Sinica},
  year={2018}
}
Methods for propensity score (PS) calibration are commonly used in missing data analysis. Most of them are derived based on constrained optimizations where the form of calibration is dictated by the objective function being optimized and the calibration variables used in the constraints. Considerable efforts on pairing an appropriate objective function with the calibration constraints are usually needed to achieve certain efficiency and robustness properties for the final estimators. We… 

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