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Heng, S. and Small, D. S. Sharpening the Rosenbaum sensitivity bounds to address concerns about interactions between observed and unobserved covariates. Submitted.
Heng, S.*, Zhang, B.*, Han, X., Lorch, S. A., and Small, D. S. Instrumental variables: to strengthen or not to strengthen? Submitted.
Heng, S.*, Kang, H.*, Small, D. S., and Fogarty, C. B. Increasing power for observational studies of aberrant response: an adaptive approach. Under Revision.
Heng, S., Small, D. S., and Rosenbaum, P. R. Finding the strength in a weak instrument in a study of cognitive outcomes produced by catholic high schools. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 183(3), 935-958.
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