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Causal inference for binary regression with observational data

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Special problems arise when trying to do causal inference for binary regression with observational data; we will examine some of these problems and critically examine several common and not-so-common solutions.

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  • Austin Nichols, 2011. "Causal inference for binary regression with observational data," CHI11 Stata Conference 6, Stata Users Group.
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