English, Article edition: SENSATT: Stata module to compute sensitivity for matching estimators Tommaso Nannicini

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  • SENSATT: Stata module to compute sensitivity for matching estimators
Author
  • Tommaso Nannicini
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  • sensatt implements the sensitivity analysis for propensity-score matching estimators proposed by Ichino, Mealli and Nannicini (2005). The proposed analysis builds on Rosenbaum and Rubin (1983) and Rosenbaum (1987), and simulates a potential confounder in order to assess the robustness of the estimated treatment effect with respect to specific deviations from the Conditional Independence Assumption (CIA). The program "sensatt" makes use of the user-written Stata commands for propensity-score matching estimation (att*) developed by Becker and Ichino (2002). An example of the implementation of the proposed sensitivity analysis is given by using the National Supported Work (NSW) demonstration, widely known in the program evaluation literature.
  • propensity score, matching, Becker, Ichino
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s456747
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