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[Music].different in differences the difference.in differences method sometimes called.DIF in death or DD is used to estimate.the effect of a program the different.diff method is intended to address the.potential effects of unobserved.selection the main advantage of the DIF.in death is that the comparison group.can be different from the treatment.group even so this method requires all.units to be subject to the same changes.and the same shocks of the time in this.module we will look at the difference in.differences method from the perspective.of impact evaluation we will discuss.underlying assumptions which ensure the.validity of the difference in.differences method I will demonstrate.how to use linear regression to.calculate the different dip estimator.however I will not demonstrate the.results mathematically and we will see.examples of the phenomenon known as the.ashen Felton's dip this behavioral.phenomenon may invalidate our definitive.estimator and we must account for it.when estimating the effect of an.intervention in an RCT the.identification method is randomization.the starting point is a subset of the.population of interest the experimental.sample which we separate into two groups.using random assignment after the.randomization there is an intervention.the random selection is always done ex.ante ie before the intervention after.the intervention we take measures of the.outcome in the treatment and control.groups and compare the averages the.difference is called the a T the average.treatment effect estimator the 8ee.accounts for the fact that everyone both.in the treatment and control groups.experiences changes over time in my.example the slope of the outcome over.time is positive even for the control.group which does not benefit from the.treatment there was almost always change.over time even.there is no treatment however the.improvement for the treatment group is.even larger thanks to the intervention.as indicated by the steeper slope this.difference in the slope is the causal.effect of the treatment that we measure.with an RCT as I mentioned the situation.of the control group does evolve over.time had I thought that this large.absolute difference was caused by the.treatment I would have made a mistake in.this case I would have incorrectly.combined the effect of the treatment and.the effect caused by the passage of time.given that the treatment and control.groups are almost identical xnt I can.approximate the outcome that the.treatment group would have experienced.in the absence of any program in the.case of imperfect compliance the average.outcome in the treatment group can be.lower because some individuals assigned.to the treatment did not actually.receive it which pulls the average.downward similarly the average of the.control group may be higher if any.individuals in this group actually.received the treatment the difference in.averages in the case of imperfect.compliance is called the ITT the.intention-to-treat estimator to.calculate the effect of the treatment.itself we need a valid instrument which.is one exogenous and too strongly.correlated with receiving the.intervention if there was ex ante.randomization then we can use random.assignment as an instrument and simply.correct for the difference in averages.by using the probability of treatment in.each group.if there was no ex-ante randomization.and you simply observe treated and.untreated units you are very likely to.have a selection into the treatment.which in turn will lead to a bias in.your estimators selection into the.treatment means that units who benefited.from the intervention have special.characteristics which creates a lack of.comparability between the treated and.untreated units it creates a selection.bias selection bias is a distortion of.the statistical properties of the.treatment group created by how the.treated units are chosen when selection.entered the treatment is based on.observable characteristics it is.relatively easy to correct for the.selection bias by adding control.variables to the regression analysis.when selection into the treatment is.based on unobserved variables the.solution is less straightforward this is.called unobserved selection into the.treatment to acknowledge the presence of.a selection bias we will use the concept.of a comparison group to refer to the.group of untreated individuals I will.use the term comparison group instead of.control group when presenting non.experimental methods to indicate a.potential selection bias to resolve the.selection problem you can take it upon.yourself to find a good instrument often.referred to as a valid instrument a.valid instrument is a variable which.effectively determines the probability.of being treated which is correlated.with the intervention and more difficult.which is exogenous being exogenous means.that the instrument does not influence.the outcome directly but only does say.through its impact on receiving the.treatment with your valid instrument in.hand you can calculate the expected.program impact using the t OT formula if.your instrument is a binary variable or.you can do so using the two stage least.squares methods if your instrument is a.continuous variable to use the.instrumental variables method.effectively depends on your ability to.identify valid instruments nonetheless.even without a valid instrument it may.still be possible to resolve the.of selection bias if you have proper.data for example if you have information.on treated and untreated units before.and after the intervention you can under.certain conditions identify the causal.effect of a treatment using the.difference-in-differences method as I.said in the introduction even in the.absence of an intervention I still.expect some change in the outcomes over.time to implement a different death I.have to observe these changes for both.treated and untreated units the main.assumption in the.difference-in-differences method is that.there changes over time in each group.would have been identical parallel if.there had been no intervention the.difference in the changes of the outcome.I observed that the treatment and the.change in the outcome of the observe for.the untreated it's my estimate of the.causal treatment effect in this module I.aim to give you an intuitive.understanding of the different diff.method but this explanation should not.be considered as a replacement for a.mathematical demonstration the.underlying assumption of the DIF and if.method is that the trends would have.been the same on average among both.treated and untreated individuals in the.absence of the program the causal effect.of the treatment is estimated by the.difference in the slope of the outcomes.over time why is this method called the.difference-in-differences method what.are these so-called differences we have.observations from at least two periods.period 0 before the intervention and.period 1 after the intervention even in.period 0 we can identify the individuals.who are to be treated in the future in.most cases there will be selection into.the treatment the beneficiaries of a.program often tend to have particular.characteristics for example the.beneficiaries may be those with more.need for the intervention.in such a case this may be reflected by.low observe value of the outcome in.period 0 it often occurs that a program.targets units who may benefit most in.some cases.beneficiaries will be those with greater.potential the most motivated the.youngest the smartest the top performers.etc the selection of beneficiaries can.be driven by observable and/or on.observable characteristics let us focus.our attention for a moment.on those who do not receive the.treatment which is to say those who do.not benefit from the intervention I.observed the outcome of the comparison.group in period 0 and in period 1 I will.calculate the expected before and after.different which is the hours difference.in the outcomes between the two periods.I calculate this first difference one.individual at a time the outcome of.individual one in period one minus the.outcome of the same individual in period.0 this is done across all individuals.then I calculate the average by adding.up all the individual changes and.dividing this by the total number of.untreated subjects I calculate this.expected before/after difference for.each subject who does not receive the.treatment T equals zero in terms of.regression we can model the outcome of.an individual I in this group it's been.the result of a constant alpha some.characteristics grouped together in X.which are specific to each individual a.change in the outcome over time Rho and.an error term specific to both the.individual and the period epsilon IP in.the first period P is equal to 0 Rho.disappears when x 0 in other words we.are normalizing the effect of time for.period 0 then in period 1 P is equal to.1 the time effect Rho is multiplied by 1.and thus is present in the equation.again we subtract the outcome in period.1 from the outcome in period 0 to.calculate the before/after difference we.have alpha minus alpha which is 0 the X.is also cancel out Rho minus 0 is Rho.and there is also the difference in the.error term.I take the expected value which is a.linear operator and if the error terms.are well behaved have zero mean they.also cancel out the expected change over.time among individuals who do not.receive the treatment gives me an.estimate of the effect of time on the.outcome this is an estimate of the time.trend without treatment we will once.again calculate this first difference in.outcomes but this time in the treated.group t equals 1 the regression equation.our econometric model is different.because now includes the treatment.effect gamma the outcome is the result.of a constant alpha and certain.individual characteristics now referred.to at Z I call these characteristics Z.to show that these individual.characteristics are potentially.different from subjects in the.comparison group because there is a.selection into the treatment the outcome.also depends on a time variable with an.effect Rho and on the effect of the.treatment gamma in period 0 the time.effect is normalized to zero and there.has not yet been any intervention.naturally there is no treatment effect.to observed before the treatment in.period 0 the outcome is determined by.alpha by the individual characteristics.Si and by narrator which represents the.observed differences in outcomes which.are not explained by the model in period.one there is the effect of the natural.evolution of the outcome due to the.passage of time.Rho this is an addition to the effect of.the program because right now we are.studying the treatment group if I.calculate the difference in outcomes.between the two periods for each.individual the constant alpha and the.individual characteristics they cancel.out a major advantage of the.difference-in-differences estimator is.that it functions very well when the.selection of the participants is.affected by unobserved characteristics.even if we cannot measure the DS capital.out even if the selection depends on.factors such as motivation intelligence.corruption social prestige etc these.will all disappear with this first.difference.provided that these values do not change.over time.from the first difference in the.treatment group we are left with the.time effect row the treatment effect.gamma and the difference in their.returns if I take the expected value the.average in practice the error terms.cancel out the first before after.difference among treated individuals is.an estimate which contains the treatment.effect plus the time trend this.difference is called the before and.after difference as you've seen the.first difference solves the issue of.selection into the treatment the.individual characteristics X and Z.cancel out with this first difference.there is no longer any selection bias.but observing the before and after.situations alone does not give us an.estimate of the treatment effect this.observed difference still includes the.effect of time the slope in the estimate.reflects the effect of the intervention.plus the time trend we make use of the.second difference to get rid of the time.trend which is built into the before and.after difference we have the before and.after estimator of the comparison group.and the before and after of the.treatment group subtracting one from the.other the rows cancel out and all that.remains is the treatment effect gamma.this double differences procedure gives.me an estimate of the treatment effect.the key assumption which enables the.definitive method to reveal the.treatment effect is that the row is the.same in these two equations this means.that the trend over time is the same in.both the treatment and comparison groups.typically they calculate the difference.in differences estimator you need panel.data which includes information on both.the treated and untreated individuals.from both before and after the.intervention the advantage of the.different DIF method is that the groups.do not need to be similar ex-ante they.can be a selection into the treatment.caused by observed and unobserved.variables the required condition is.instead that the two groups must follow.a similar trajectory as a time which is.the underlying assumption of.trends or parallel trends the.disadvantage of the Deaf and deaf method.is that we do not have any systematic.way to prove that the differences.between the treatment and comparison.groups would have evolved similarly.without the program indeed.we cannot observed how the treatment.group would have evolved in the absence.of the treatment so it is not possible.to know the counterfactual with.certainty the necessary condition to.obtain a valid estimate using the.difference in difference its method its.thus a hypothesis that we cannot.formally test when we use the.difference-in-differences method we must.assume that in the absence of any.program the outcome of the treatment.group would have evolved similarly to.the outcome in the comparison group the.validity of this assumption of equal.trends may be explored even if it cannot.be perfectly confirmed or directly.tested in particular it is good practice.to compare the two time trends before.implementation of the program if the.results evolve in tandem before the.beginning of the program it is likely.that they will continue to do so after.the intervention to verify that the.trends are similar before the.intervention you need to have data on at.least two periods before the program.began to be delivered so for the overall.calculation the evaluation request three.rounds of data to observe ations before.the intervention to evaluate the trance.prior to program implementation and at.least one observation after the.intervention in order to evaluate the.impact of using the.difference-in-differences method other.tests exist which can explore the.validity of the assumption of equal.trends required for the.difference-in-differences method i will.not get into these methods here if you.used if and if you should look up these.tools to defend the validity of your.approach in practice there are many ways.to calculate the difference in.differences estimator you should get the.same answer regardless of the approach.you used to perform your calculation one.possible approach is to calculate the.difference in differences of the.empirical averages as discussed.previously a disadvantage is that you.also have to calculate.the standard deviations in order to know.the statistical significance another way.to implement the.difference-in-differences method is to.use an ordinary least-squares OLS.regression with cross-sectional data to.use this method you should construct a.delta Y variable which is the difference.in outcomes between the first and second.periods for each unit the advantage of.this method and of regression methods in.general is that they also provide the.standard errors of estimates you can.also compute the difference in.differences estimator with a simple OLS.regression on panel data often referred.to as a pooled OLS in a pool OLS it is.important to have a correct estimate for.the standard errors so this you have to.add clusters at the individual level to.indicate whether there is correlation.between the error terms of a given unit.a third way to calculate the effect of a.treatment using the different diff.method is with a linear panel regression.adding individual fixed effect in my.explanation of the difference in.differences estimator I have assumed.that individual characteristics.previously referred to as X or Z.depending on the treatment status do not.change over time and do not influence.the treatment effect.you may decide to include observable.individual characteristics the change.over time in the regression model this.would mean that the change of the.outcome also depends on individual.characteristics when we do not include.additional explanatory variables in the.regression these factors remain hidden.in the error term in such case we might.expect a fairly large error term which.includes all variables that are not.explicitly modeled this is not a problem.in and of itself except that the.variations in the error term increased.the noise in the estimate explicitly.including time varying regresses that.determined the outcome change reduces.the variance of the error term which.enables us to obtain more precise.estimates of the program effect gamma.the standard errors will be smaller the.difference in differences method is.criticized for a number of.reasons including the impossibility of.directly testing the main assumption.that the treatment and comparison groups.would share a common time trend in the.absence of treatment however the.definitive estimator remains one of the.most commonly used in the impact.evaluation.although it is often combined with other.econometric methods to overcome its.shortcomings there are many examples of.the difference-in-differences method in.the literature in 2005 an article by.Galleani and co-authors was published in.the journal of political economy their.impact evaluation of the privatization.of water services in Argentina it's well.known for opening up an important debate.about privatisation of public services.in developing countries the authors used.the different and differences method to.determine whether privatization of water.supply services in Argentina in the 90s.improved health and reduced poverty.what could be more controversial than.privatization it is worth mentioning.again that the advantage of correctly.using experimental or non experimental.evaluation methods is that they produce.empirical evidence with internal.validity validity of results goes beyond.the political convictions of researchers.policymakers or government in the early.1990s Argentina embarked on a large.privatization campaign the country.transferred control of local water.supply companies to private firms.serving about 30% of municipalities and.60% of the population the process took.about 10 years in all but mostly.privatizations occurred after 1995.Galleani.and co-authors made use of the fact that.the prioritization of these companies.over these 10 years was gradual.to determine the impact of privatization.on the mortality rate of children under.the age of 5 before 1995 the child.mortality rate was declining at a.similar rate throughout Argentina but.after 1995 it declined more rapidly in.the municipalities where the water.supply services were privatized.according to the author's the main.assumption underlying the.difference-in-differences method is.correct in this context the argument is.that the decision to privatize.infrastructure is not correlated with.economic shocks or historical levels of.child mortality.moreover the municipalities in the.treatment group and those in the.comparison group share similar trends in.child mortality.prior to the move towards privatization.the impact evaluation determined that.top mortality declines by nearly 8.percent in areas where water supply.services were privatized the researchers.concluded that the regulated private.sector in Argentina at that time was.more efficient than the public sector in.improving indicators of access services.and especially child mortality a final.note on this article is that the authors.make a considerable effort to defend the.estimation method and that's the.internal validity of their study the.question of external validity of the.evaluation is more controversial.another application of the.difference-in-differences method they.caused a lot of ink to flow with an.article flying card and Krueger in the.American Economic Review in 1994 the.author's evaluated the impact of a.minimum-wage increase in the fast-food.industry of a particular US state this.impact evaluation that ignited a debate.on the question of whether an increase.in the minimum wage causes unemployment.in practice a final example is the.evaluation of a program for the social.integration of vulnerable people into.the Lithuanian labor market from 2004 to.2006 this was a program intended to help.disabled people and young offenders.during the labor market the evaluators.had employment status and proxies of.income for the treated and comparison.groups before and after the intervention.which enabled them to use the.difference-in-differences estimator a.database was available for the.evaluators to identify those who had.participated in the program and those.who are eligible but did not participate.the treatment group included nearly 600.disabled people and about 200 juvenile.delinquents the comparison group.included about 1000 people who were.similar to the group of participant due.to selection bias this group was not.directly comparable to the treatment.group the study analyzed the annual.average incomes of eligible disabled.people in the group of beneficiaries and.those in the comparison group the change.in annual income for the comparison.group is the counterfactual in other.words this is the change that we assumed.we would have observed in the treatment.group if they had not been fitted from.the intervention it is difficult for me.to judge the quality of the study from.the final working paper alone however if.we look at the changes in income before.the program was implemented it seems.that the two groups were different.following similar trend this suggests a.valid use of the.difference-in-differences estimator the.difference-in-differences estimator is.not always appropriate to evaluate.social programs especially programs.designed to increase income and.labor market participation the reason is.that the beneficiaries of these types of.program are often experiencing the.temporal backdrop that is different from.the trend of the general population in.this figure for example you can see that.the treatment group in red exhibits a.different outcome just before entering.the program it is fairly common to.observe a dip just before the units.receive a treatment presumably why they.entered the program in the first place.treated individuals may have lost their.jobs or experience a negative income.shock port program participation this.mechanism is called the ashen filters.dip named after the first economist to.have commented on that on the course.website you can find the original.article which appeared in the review of.economics and statistics in 1978 the.issue is that this pretreatment dip is.often temporal in many cases an uptick.in income and outcomes in general occurs.even in the absence of an intervention.this phenomenon is called mean reversion.and leads to an upward bias of the.definitive estimation of the program.effect the ashen filters did leads us to.overestimate the effect of a program in.summary the difference-in-differences.estimator can provide a good estimate of.the effect of an intervention when there.is selection into the treatment this.method is especially useful when the.rules to benefit from a program are not.clear in such cases there is likely to.be selection bias due to unobserved.variables to obtain good estimates using.the difference-in-differences estimator.you don't need the comparison group to.be similar to the group of treated units.however for the different if to be valid.the treatment group must provide a good.counterfactual of the changes in.outcomes that would have occurred had.the comparison group participated in the.program in other words the condition to.ensure that the.difference-in-differences estimator is.used appropriately is that the.comparison group experiences the same.influences as the treatment group over.time this assumption is called the.common trend condition the DIF indeed.estimator combines before after the.differences between a treatment and the.comparison group to produce an estimate.of the causal treatment effect the.before after difference controls for.time invariant effective and eliminates.a selection bias when you use the.difference in differences estimator you.should also check for the presence of an.ashen filters dip which may by us your.results.[Music].

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