Statistical Topics with Missing Data

Time:Wed.,19:20-21:45, Feb.22~Jun.7, 2023

Venue:Zoom:271 534 5558 PW: YMSC

Speaker:Prof. Donald Rubin


In some sense, many issues in statistics can be viewed as being focused on issues involving missing data, from predicting future observations from past observations, to the design and analysis of surveys and experiments, to the understanding of economic models involving instrumental variables, to medical data that are unobservable due to the death of patients. This course will consider a variety of such topics using two classic texts, Little and Rubin (2020) and Imbens and Rubin (2015), as well as other widely cited publications.

DATEFebruary 22, 2023
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