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'''Propensity Score Matching''' is a quasi-experimental impact evaluation technique which attempts to estimate the effects of a treatment by matching control group participants to treatment group participants based on characteristics known to influence program outcomes.  
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'''Propensity Score Matching''' is a quasi-experimental impact evaluation technique which attempts to estimate the effects of a treatment by matching control group participants to treatment group participants based on propensity score(predicted probability of participation based on observed characteristics).  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 18:58, 24 January 2017

Propensity Score Matching is a quasi-experimental impact evaluation technique which attempts to estimate the effects of a treatment by matching control group participants to treatment group participants based on propensity score(predicted probability of participation based on observed characteristics).


Read First

Guidelines

Back to Parent

Additional Resources