Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University of Oxford
Maximilian Kasy is an associate professor at the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford. His research interests include machine learning theory; the social impact of algorithmic decision making; publication bias, pre-analysis plans, and statistics as a social process; adaptive experimental design; statistical decision theory; empirical Bayes methods; identification and causality; and Economic inequality and (optimal) taxation.
Recent work by Maximilian Kasy
Adaptive experiments for policy research
Adaptive sampling has the potential to ensure that experiments better meet the learning goals of policymakers and are more beneficial to participants...
Articles : Methods & Measurement