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Causal Inference in Repeated Observational Studies: A Case Study of eBay Product Releases

@article{Brzeski2015CausalII,
  title={Causal Inference in Repeated Observational Studies: A Case Study of eBay Product Releases},
  author={V. Brzeski and Matt Taddy and D. Draper},
  journal={arXiv: Applications},
  year={2015}
}
  • V. Brzeski, Matt Taddy, D. Draper
  • Published 2015
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Applications
  • Causal inference in observational studies is notoriously difficult, due to the fact that the experimenter is not in charge of the treatment assignment mechanism. Many potential con- founding factors (PCFs) exist in such a scenario, and if one seeks to estimate the causal effect of the treatment on a response, one needs to control for such factors. Identifying all relevant PCFs may be difficult (or impossible) given a single observational study. Instead, we argue that if one can observe a… CONTINUE READING
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