Estimation of regression models for the mean of repeated outcomes under nonignorable nonmonotone nonresponse.

@article{Vansteelandt2007EstimationOR,
  title={Estimation of regression models for the mean of repeated outcomes under nonignorable nonmonotone nonresponse.},
  author={Stijn Vansteelandt and Andrea Rotnitzky and James M. Robins},
  journal={Biometrika},
  year={2007},
  volume={94 4},
  pages={841-860}
}
We propose a new class of models for making inference about the mean of a vector of repeated outcomes when the outcome vector is incompletely observed in some study units and missingness is nonmonotone. Each model in our class is indexed by a set of unidentified selection bias functions which quantify the residual association of the outcome at each occasion t and the probability that this outcome is missing after adjusting for variables observed prior to time t and for the past nonresponse… CONTINUE READING

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