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Correlation and regression [duplicate]

Can there be negative correlation but the regression line has a positive change when there is an increase in the independent variable?
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Causality, omitted variable bias

This might be a basic question, but I want to be sure that what I'm doing is right. I have a model that suggests that variable X causes both Y and Z. When I regress Y on X, or Z on X, I get positive ...
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Do we need Overlap/Common Support in case of a parametric regression?

If I want to make a causal statement based on selection on observables. One typically assumes "Common Support" (/"Overlap") - which means that for any value of the confounding variables X a unit i can ...
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How to avoid the problem of two-way causality?

I am studying the effect of social capital on households' income. I am doing multiple regression to estimate this effect. For this, I have households' income as dependent variable and social capital ...
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Why use control variables in differences-in-differences?

I have a question on the differences-in-differences approach with the following standard equation: $$ y= a + b_1\text{treat}+ b_2\text{post} + b_3\text{treat}\cdot\text{post} + u $$ where treat is a ...
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How much sub-questions impact one ordinal question in a survey

I have a variable NPS which is an item on a survey, the answer format is ordinal, 0 to 10. Then there are sub-questions on the same survey, some are ordinal, some are categorical. I would like to ...