Generalized Optimal Matching Methods for Causal Inference

26 Dec 2016Nathan Kallus

We develop an encompassing framework for matching, covariate balancing, and doubly-robust methods for causal inference from observational data called generalized optimal matching (GOM). The framework is given by generalizing a new functional-analytical formulation of optimal matching, giving rise to the class of GOM methods, for which we provide a single unified theory to analyze tractability, consistency, and efficiency... (read more)

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