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Estimating spillovers using imprecisely measured networks

@article{Hardy2019EstimatingSU,
  title={Estimating spillovers using imprecisely measured networks},
  author={M. Hardy and Rachel M. Heath and Wesley Lee and T. McCormick},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
  year={2019}
}
  • M. Hardy, Rachel M. Heath, +1 author T. McCormick
  • Published 2019
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Methodology
  • Author(s): Hardy, Morgan; Heath, Rachel M; Lee, Wesley; McCormick, Tyler H | Abstract: In many experimental contexts, whether and how network interactions impact the outcome of interest for both treated and untreated individuals are key concerns. Networks data is often assumed to perfectly represent these possible interactions. This paper considers the problem of estimating treatment eects when measured connections are, instead, a noisy representation of the true spillover pathways. We show… CONTINUE READING

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