Bias And High-Dimensional Adjustment In Observational Studies Of Peer Effects

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION, no. 534 (2021): 507-517

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Peer effects, in which an individual's behavior is affected by peers' behavior, are posited by multiple theories in the social sciences. Randomized field experiments that identify peer effects, however, are often expensive or infeasible, so many studies of peer effects use observational data, which is expected to suffer from confounding. ...More

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