Current facets (Pre-Master)
Econometric Institute and Princeton University Press organize the intensive PhD-Course:
"Analysis of Treatment Response for Decision Making"
Prof. Charles F. Manski (Nortwestern University)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
References and related literature
Horowitz, J. and C. Manski (2000), "Nonparametric Analysis of Randomized Experiments with Missing Covariate and Outcome Data, "Journal of the American Statistical Association, 95, 77-84.
Manski, C. (1990), " Nonparametric Bounds on Treatment Effects," American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 80, 319-323.
Manski, C. (1995), Indentification Problems in the Social Sciences, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Manski, C. (1997a), "Monotone Treatmant Response," Econometrica, 65, 1311-1334.
Manski, C. (1997b), "The Mixing Problem in Programme Evaluation," Review of Economic Studies, 64, 537-553.
Manski, C. (2000), "Indentification Problems and Decisions Under Ambiguity: Empirical Analysis of Treatment Response and Normative Analysis of Treatment Choice," Journal of Econometrics, 415-442.
Manski, C. (2002), "Treatment Choice Under Ambiguity Induced by Inferential Problems, "Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 105, 67-82.
Manski, C. (2003a), Partial Identification of Probability Distributions, New York: Springer Verlag.
Manski, C. (2003b), "Statistical Treatment Rules for Heterogeneous", working paper.
Manski, C. and D. Nagin (1998), "Bounding Disagreements About Treatment Effects: A Case Study of Sentencing and Recidivism," Sociological Methodology, 28, 99-137.
Manski, C. and J. Pepper (2000), "Monotone Instrument Variables: With an Application to the Returns to Schooling," Econometrica, 68, 997-1010.