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Statistical simulation and counterfactual analysis in social sciences

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Doi: 10.20982/tqmp.08.2.p096

Gélineau, François , Bédard, Pierre-Olivier , Ouimet, Mathieu
96-107
Keywords: Statistics , Counterfactual analysis , Simulations
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In this paper, we present statistical simulation techniques of interest in substantial interpretation of regression results. Taking stock of recent literature on causality, we argue that such techniques can operate within a counterfactual framework. To illustrate, we report findings using post-electoral data on voter turnout.


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