Instrumental Variables: Response to Angrist and Imbens
AbstractWe compare propensity-score matching methods with covariate matching estimators. We first discuss the data requirements of propensity-score matching estimators and covariate matching estimators. Then we propose two new matching metrics incorporating the ...
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Volume (Year): 34 (1999)
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