Papers

Causal Inference

Bracketing in the Comparative Interrupted Time-Series Design to Address Concerns about History Interacting with Group: Evaluating Missouri Handgun Purchaser Law
Raiden B. Hasegawa, Daniel W. Webster, and Dylan S. Small, Epidemiology (to appear), 2018+.
[Link to Paper] [Supplementary Material]

Causal Inference with Two Versions of Treatment
Raiden B. Hasegawa, Sameer K. Deshpande, Dylan S. Small, and Paul R. Rosenbaum, Revision Invited, 2018+.
[Link to Paper]

Extended Sensitivity Analysis for Heterogeneous Unmeasured Confounding with an Application to Sibling Studies of Returns to Education
Colin B. Fogarty* and Raiden B. Hasegawa*, Annals of Applied Statistics (to appear), 2018+.
[Link to Paper] [Supplementary Material] [R Code]

* These authors contributed equally.

Sensitivity Analysis for Matched Pair Analysis of Binary Data: From Worst Case to Average Case Analysis
Raiden B. Hasegawa and Dylan S. Small, Biometrics, Volume 73, Issue 4, p.1424-1432, 2017.
[Link to Paper] [Arxiv] [Supplementary Material] [R Code]

Health and Medical Sciences

Association of Playing High School Football With Cognition and Mental Health Later in Life
Sameer K. Deshpande*, Raiden B. Hasegawa* et al., JAMA Neurology, Volume 74, Issue 8, p.909-918, 2017.
[Link to Paper] [Pre-registered Protocol] [News Coverage] [Scientific American Blog Post]

* These authors contributed equally.

Bayesian Macroeconomic Forecasting

Dynamic Prediction Pools: An Investigation of Financial Frictions and Forecasting Performance
Marco Del Negro+, Raiden B. Hasegawa+, and Frank Schorfheide+, Journal of Econometrics, Volume 192, Issue 2, p.391-405, 2016.
[Link to Paper] [Working Paper] [Online Appendix] [MATLAB Code]

+ Alphabetical ordering.

Presentations

Effects of Playing High School Football on Mental Health in Early Adulthood: An Observational Study
2018 Add Health Users Conference, NIH Natcher Conference Center, Bethesda, MD (July 2018).
[Presentation]

Extended Sensitivity Analysis for Heterogeneous Unmeasured Confounding with an Application to Sibling Studies of Returns to Education
2018 Atlantic Causal Inference Conference Poster Presentation, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (May 2018).
[Poster]

Awards

National Science Foundation Travel Award (2018)
Awarded to the five best junior researcher posters at the 2018 Atlantic Causal Inference Conference; for the poster Extended Sensitivity Analysis for Heterogeneous Unmeasured Confounding with an Application to Sibling Studies of Returns to Education