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Cover: Observation and Experiment: An Introduction to Causal InferenceObservation and Experiment: An Introduction to Causal InferenceRosenbaum, PaulPAPERBACK08/13/2019$24.95
Cover: Inventing the Immigration Problem: The Dillingham Commission and Its LegacyInventing the Immigration Problem: The Dillingham Commission and Its LegacyBenton-Cohen, KatherineHARDCOVER05/07/2018$29.95
Cover: Observation and Experiment: An Introduction to Causal InferenceObservation and Experiment: An Introduction to Causal InferenceRosenbaum, PaulHARDCOVER08/14/2017$36.00
Cover: The Seven Pillars of Statistical WisdomThe Seven Pillars of Statistical WisdomStigler, Stephen M.PAPERBACK03/07/2016$23.50
Cover: Method and Meaning in Polls and SurveysMethod and Meaning in Polls and SurveysSchuman, HowardPAPERBACK03/11/2011$23.50
Cover: Salsa Dancing into the Social Sciences: Research in an Age of Info-glutSalsa Dancing into the Social Sciences: Research in an Age of Info-glutLuker, KristinPAPERBACK04/10/2010$22.50
Cover: Identification for Prediction and DecisionIdentification for Prediction and DecisionManski, Charles F.HARDCOVER01/31/2008$78.50
Cover: Group-Based Modeling of DevelopmentGroup-Based Modeling of DevelopmentNagin, Daniel S.HARDCOVER04/25/2005$78.00
Cover: Accounting for TastesAccounting for TastesBecker, Gary S.PAPERBACK03/30/1998$35.00
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