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### Lecture 15

Course: PAM 3300, Spring 2009
School: Cornell
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3300: Midterm PAM Review Where weve been Overview of Program Evaluation and Program Theory (ln2) Statistics Review (ln3) Causality - FPCI, counterfactual reasoning, statistical approach to solving FPCI, drawbacks of PF causal effect estimator, attributes as causes, SUTVA (ln4) Regression Review, description, uses of R2, causal interpretations of coefficients, omitted variable bias, multiple regression...

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