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  1. Nov 2022
    1. Using adversarial deep learning approaches to get a better correction for causal inference from observational data.

    2. Kallus, N. (2020). DeepMatch: Balancing deep covariate representations for causal inference using adversarial training. In I. H. Daumé, & A. Singh (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th international conference on machine learning. In Proceedings of Machine Learning Research: vol. 119 (pp. 5067–5077). PMLR

    1. (Cousineau,Verter, Murphy and Pineau, 2023) " Estimating causal effects with optimization-based methods: A review and empirical comparison"

    1. Matching: This approach seeks to replicate a balanced experimental design usingobservational data by finding close matches between pairs or groups of units andseparating out the ones that received a specified treatment from those that did not, thusdefining the control groups.

      Matching approach to dealing with sampling bias. Basically use some intrinsic, or other, metric about the situations to cluster them so that "similar" situations will be dealt with similiarly. Then analysis is carried out on those clusters. Number of clusters has to be defined, some method, like k-means, if often used. Depends a lot on the similarity metric, the clustering approach, other assumptions

    2. To avoid such bias, a fundamental aspect in the research design of studies of causalinference is the identification strategy: a clear definition of the sources of variation in the datathat can be used to estimate the causal effect of interest.

      To avoid making false conclusions, studies must identify all the sources of variation. Is this is even possible in most caes?

    3. Terwiesch, 2022 - "A review of Empircal Operations Managment over the Last Two Decades" Listed as an important review of methods for addressing biases in Operations management by explicitly addressing causality.

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