Extensions of Randomization-Based Methods for Causal Inference


In randomized experiments, the random assignment of units to treatment groups justifies many of the traditional analysis methods for evaluating causal effects. Specifying subgroups of units for further examination after observing outcomes, however, may partially nullify any advantages of randomized assignment when data are analyzed naively. Some previous… (More)

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