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, ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...