Causes of Effects…and Effects of Causes

Andrew Gelman and Guido Imbens recently posted a paper entitled "Why Ask Why? Forward Causal Inference and Reverse Causal Questions." It completely made my day, primarily because it succinctly deals with the way people naturally arrive at research questions with the help of some statistical logic.  While I liked the models and the logic, what I … Continue reading Causes of Effects…and Effects of Causes