Men speak about randomization and causal inference

Workshop on Randomization and Related Topics in Causal Inference in Medicine 

 

Stephen Senn (Centre de Recherche Public de la Santé, Luxembourg)

“Being a Statistician Means Never Having to Say You’re Certain”

David Papineau (Department of Philosophy, King’s College, London)
“What Kind of Causes Do Randomized Trials Tell Us About?”

George Davey-Smith (MRC Centre for Causal Analyses in Translational Epidemiology, Bristol)
“Origins of ‘fair tests’ of treatment in the late 19th century: how and why”

John Worrall (Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, London School of Economics)
“On the the Epistemic Virtues of Blinding”

Alexander Bird (Department of Philosophy, Bristol)
“From Mill’s Method of Difference to Randomization in the Logic of Comparative Trials”