Tutorial in Biostatistics : Instrumental Variable Methods for Causal Inference ∗


A goal of many health studies is to determine the causal effect of a treatment or intervention on health outcomes. Often, it is not ethically or practically possible to conduct a perfectly randomized experiment and instead an observational study must be used. A major challenge to the validity of observational studies is the possibility of unmeasured… (More)

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