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Estimation of the relative risk and risk difference

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I will first review well-known differences between odds ratios, relative risks and risk differences. These results motivate the development of methods, analogous to logistic regression, for estimating the latter two quantities. I will then describe simple parametrizations that facilitate maximum-likelihood estimation of the relative risk and risk-difference. Further, these parametrizations allow for doubly-robust g-estimation of the relative risk and risk difference. (Joint work with James Robins, Harvard School of Public Health)

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