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Nancy Cartwright: Evidence Argument and Mixed Method

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Published on Mar 21, 2012

Evidence, Argument and Mixed Methods, will focus on effectiveness predictions for illustration. Effectiveness predictions are predictions that well-defined policies will produce targeted outcomes in the present, as soon as they are implemented. Randomized controlled trials are touted as a gold standard for effective prediction claims -- but there is a catch, which Cartwright will address in this lecture.

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