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RE: st: Re: psmatch2 question

From   "David Radwin" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: Re: psmatch2 question
Date   Thu, 26 Aug 2010 14:13:42 -0700 (PDT)

Nick's point is well taken. However, for those Statalisters who do not
have access to a particular scholarly journal article, it is often
possible to quickly find a publicly available version of it using Google

In this instance, for example, searching for the author's name and the
title brings up two pre-publication drafts:
t=2000 . While not necessarily identical to the published version, drafts
like these may be good enough for most purposes.


David Radwin
Research Associate
MPR Associates, Inc.
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Berkeley, CA 94704
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:owner-
>] On Behalf Of Nick Cox
> Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2010 7:26 AM
> To: ''
> Subject: RE: st: Re: psmatch2 question
> I agree with Tony's endorsement; indeed I recommended this paper in
> December:
> But I don't think Tony is quite right. I think you can access the full
> paper at that website only by virtue of a personal or institutional
> subscription. IMS universal access does seem to apply to papers about to
> be published, but is withdrawn once papers are formally published.
> Nick
> Lachenbruch, Peter
> Since there has been a great deal of interest in matching lately, there
> a neat article in Statistical Science, v. 25 #1 by Elizabeth A Stuart
> entitled Matching Methods for Causal Inference: A Review and a Look
> Forward.  The IMS makes everything available on line so you can get it
> from

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