bootstrapping is enough to test causal effects

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Hong Nguyen
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bootstrapping is enough to test causal effects

Post by Hong Nguyen » Tue Apr 07, 2020 7:05 am

Dear,
Could you please explain how should I test causal effects in the following model:
(1) A, B, C, and D influence on X, Y.
(2) X, Y influence on M.
In bootstrapping, although the paths are significant, may I conclude that A, B, C, and D lead to X and Y, or that A, B, C, and D have associations with X and Y?
The results create a question of causality in the model; it is conceivable that M leads to X and Y, or that X and Y may lead to A, B, C, D? Should I do any steps to conclude that (1) A, B, C, and D lead to X, Y, and (2) X and Y lead to M?

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Re: bootstrapping is enough to test causal effects

Post by KobyRudall » Wed Jul 29, 2020 4:58 am

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