Practical implications of modes of statistical inference for causal effects and the critical role of the assignment mechanism.

@article{Rubin1991PracticalIO,
  title={Practical implications of modes of statistical inference for causal effects and the critical role of the assignment mechanism.},
  author={Donald B. Rubin},
  journal={Biometrics},
  year={1991},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={
          1213-34
        }
}
Causal inference in an important topic and one that is now attracting serious attention of statisticians. Although there exist recent discussions concerning the general definition of causal effects and a substantial literature on specific techniques for the analysis of data in randomized and nonrandomized studies, there has been relatively little discussion of modes of statistical inference for causal effects. This presentation briefly describes and contrasts four basic modes of statistical… CONTINUE READING
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