The deadline is January 15th, 2024. Abstracts are limited to 250 words. Abstracts exceeding 250 words will be truncated to 250.
The theme of the European Causal Inference Meeting is “Causal Inference in Health, Economic and Social Sciences”. Causal inference is broadly defined, and the focus is on methodology and challenging applications, though presentations relating to interesting applications that highlight necessary methodological extensions are also encouraged. Submissions presenting a compelling combination of methodology and practical applications are especially encouraged.
Although all themes within causal inference are welcome, we are specifically interested in a set of themes matching the work of the invited speakers. These include Missing data, Efficient adjustment sets, Interference, Sensitivity analysis and Bounds, Bayesian causal inference, and Causal inference in economics.
After the deadline, all submitted abstracts will be blinded (i.e., all author information will be removed) and rated by four members of the EuroCIM Steering Committee. Reviewers are asked to take into consideration the following criteria:
• Relevance and usefulness (does the abstract align with the overall themes of EuroCIM?)
• Scientific merit (is the research question important, does it involve novel methodological work or novel applied work that will likely inform methodology?)
Contributions reporting on "work in progress" are encouraged.
The Steering Committee will inform you by early March if your abstract was accepted and if so, whether it is for an oral or poster presentation.