Journal of Causal Inference

Description: 

Journal of Causal Inference (JCI) publishes papers on theoretical and applied causal research across the range of academic disciplines that use quantitative tools to study causality.

The past two decades have seen causal inference emerge as a unified field with a solid theoretical foundation, useful in many of the empirical and behavioral sciences. Journal of Causal Inference aims to provide a common venue for researchers working on causal inference in biostatistics and epidemiology, economics, political science and public policy, cognitive science and formal logic, and any field that aims to understand causality. The journal serves as a forum for this growing community to develop a shared language and study the commonalities and distinct strengths of their various disciplines' methods for causal analysis.

Language: 
English
Country of Publication: 
Germany
Publisher: 
Frequency: 
Biannual
Fee information current as of: 
11/12/2013
Open Access: 
Yes
Subscription fee or article fee: 
No
Publication fee for authors: 
No
Abstracts: 
Yes
Abstracts language: 
English
Start year: 
2013
Ceased publication: 
No
E-ISSN: 
2193-3685
Original posting date: 
Monday, January 6, 2014
Further Review Recommended: 
No
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