Statistical decision theory for treatment choice and prediction
Cemmap masterclass by Charles F. Manski and me.
Dates: May 30-31, 2017. Venue: Institute for Fiscal Studies (London).

2017 Bristol Econometric Study Group Conference
Keynotes: Patrick Gagliardini (Lugano), Hidehiko Ichimura (Tokyo), Ivana Komunjer (UCSD)
Dates: July 13-15. Paper submission deadline: May 1.

Working papers:

Who Should be Treated? Empirical Welfare Maximization Methods for Treatment Choice, with Toru Kitagawa (updated May 2017), revise and resubmit at Econometrica

Equality-Minded Treatment Choice, with Toru Kitagawa (Feb 2017)

An Economic Theory of Statistical Testing (updated August 2016), revise and resubmit at the American Economic Review

The Quantile Performance of Statistical Treatment Rules Using Hypothesis Tests to Allocate a Population to Two Treatments, with Charles F. Manski (Nov 2014)

Identification of Positive Treatment Effects in Randomized Experiments with Non-Compliance (Feb 2012)

Measuring Precision of Statistical Inference on Partially Identified Parameters (Jan 2012)


Publications:

Sufficient Trial Size to Inform Clinical Practice, with Charles F. Manski, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (2016), 10518-10523.
Open access - accepted manuscript

Price as a signal of product quality: Some experimental evidence, with Giovanni Mastrobuoni and Franco Peracchi, Journal of Wine Economics 9 (2014), 115-134.
Open access - accepted manuscript

Statistical Treatment Choice Based on Asymmetric Minimax Regret Criteria, Journal of Econometrics 166 (2012), 157-165.
Open access - accepted manuscript

Admissible Treatment Rules for a Risk-Averse Planner with Experimental Data on an Innovation, with Charles F. Manski, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 137 (2007), 1998-2010.
Open access - accepted manuscript