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 ...
When trying to assess a validity of a claim relying on statistics, I was taught (in the school of epidemiology) that the scale to use is “the pyramid of evidence“ However, when conducting a ...
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 ...
In his 1984 paper "Statistics and Causal Inference", Paul Holland raised one of the most fundamental questions in statistics: What can a statistical model say about causation? This led to his ...
We all know the mantra "correlation does not imply causation" which is drummed into all first year statistics students. There are some nice examples here to illustrate the idea. But sometimes ...