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The synthetic control method is a statistical method to evaluate treatment effect in comparative case studies. It creates a synthetic version of [[Treatment Group | treated units]] by weighting variables and observations in the [[Control Group | control group]].
 
The synthetic control method is a statistical method to evaluate treatment effect in comparative case studies. It creates a synthetic version of [[Treatment Group | treated units]] by weighting variables and observations in the [[Control Group | control group]].
  

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The synthetic control method is a statistical method to evaluate treatment effect in comparative case studies. It creates a synthetic version of treated units by weighting variables and observations in the control group.

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[1] Abadie, Alberto, Alexis Diamond, and Jens Hainmueller. "Comparative politics and the synthetic control method." American Journal of Political Science 59, no. 2 (2015): 495-510.

Stata Package for Synthetic Control Method

Synth - Package for Synthetic Control Method in Stata, R and MATLAB