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Measurment error for two variables

I am interested in estimating the effect of security S on crime C in a given city over time (eight quarters) for twenty cities, so it's panel data. The problem is, instead of actual security spending ...
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0answers
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causal inference with correlated multivariate outcomes

I've been struggling with how to think about the causal estimate of a program on two outcomes, when one of the two outcomes affects the other outcome. It seems sort of like simultaneous equations, ...
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Adjusting for experimentally-caused panel attrition when evaluating treatment effects

This question involves a questionable hypothetical scenario, but please bear with me. Suppose I ran an experiment in a coffee stand where the treatment was playing country music instead of the usual ...
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Difference-in-difference in panel data

Under which conditions should we expect the difference-in-difference estimate to be equal to the equivalent panel data model? Strictly speaking, whenever we have a experiment that offers a well ...
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537 views

Identifying the time lag between cause and effect

What approaches exist to observe the time lag between two variables? I need to analyze the relationship between blood pressure and some other factor, such as exercise. The data set I am drawing from ...
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Is this a valid approach to testing a hypothesis about the relationship between two variables?

I am trying to test a hypothesis I have about consolidation in the real-world market for a certain machine. (My apologies in advance for obfuscating a bit here, but some of the data is proprietary and ...
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1answer
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Can I use Synthetic Control Method for Comparative Case Studies with survey data?

I'd like to assess the impact of an upcoming policy implementation, as measured by changes in questionnaire response to a Likert-scale question. I understand I could use a difference-in-difference ...
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How to test for causation in a static panel data model with small t?

I have a static panel data model with small T (T=5) that makes it impossible for me to use granger causality as it requires a long time span. So my question: Is there any alternative solution to ...