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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Varian: Causal Inference in Social Science An elementary introduction

Some of you may be interested in this:

Causal Inference in Social Science An elementary introduction, by Hal R. Varian, Google, Inc, Jan 2015, Revised: March 7, 2015: Abstract This is a short and very elementary introduction to causal inference in social science applications targeted to machine learners. I illustrate the techniques described with examples chosen from the economics and marketing literature.

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