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Equivalence Testing for Regression Discontinuity Designs

Falsification tests, based on empirically testable implications of causal identifying assumptions, are an essential part of the toolkit for justifying causal claims....

An Equivalence Approach to Balance and Placebo Tests

Recent emphasis on credible causal designs has led to the expectation that scholars justify their research designs by testing the plausibility of their causal identification assumptions, often through balance and placebo tests. Yet current practice...

Dead Man Walking: The Affective Roots of Issue Proximity Between Voters and Parties

Do voters like the party they already agree with or do they agree with the party they already like? Previous studies have suggested a link...

From SATE to PATT: combining experimental with observational studies to estimate population treatment effects

Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) can provide unbiased estimates of sample average treatment effects. However, a common concern is that RCTs may fail to provide unbiased estimates of population average treatment effects. We derive assumptions...