Direct and indirect effects for neighborhood-based clustered and longitudinal data.

@article{VanderWeele2010DirectAI,
  title={Direct and indirect effects for neighborhood-based clustered and longitudinal data.},
  author={Tyler J. VanderWeele},
  journal={Sociological methods & research},
  year={2010},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={515-544}
}
Definitions of direct and indirect effects are given for settings in which individuals are clustered in groups or neighborhoods and in which treatments are administered at the group level. A particular intervention may affect individual outcomes both through its effect on the individual and by changing the group or neighborhood itself. Identification conditions are given for controlled direct effects and for natural direct and indirect effects. The interpretation of these identification… CONTINUE READING

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