JPAM Featured Article

"On Measuring and Reducing Selection Bias with a Quasi-Doubly Randomized Preference Trial"

By: Ted Joyce, Ph.D.; Dahlia K. Remler, Ph.D.; David A. Jaeger, Ph.D.; Onur Altindag, Ph.D.; Stephen D. O'Connell, Ph.D.; and Sean Crockett, Ph.D.

This paper explores how a randomized experiment can be leveraged to measure selection bias and preference effects by conducting a subsequent observational study that is identical in every way except that subjects choose their treatment—a quasi-Doubly Randomized Preference Trial As part of our ongoing effort to promote JPAM authors to the APPAM membership and the public policy field at large, we have asked the author to answer a few questions. See the authors' interview responses here.