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1715 05A_ Classical combinatorial problems Bandt, Christoph; Burosch, Gustav; Drews, Klaus-Dieter Conditionally monotone functions and three Sperner type conditions. ... A surjective function f: Ej > E, is said to be conditionally monotone if f(a)=a implies f(8)=a whenever B is derived from a by replacing some coordinates of a by a. ...
I show that in a setting with a binary treatment and multiple discrete instruments, a class of causal parameters is point identified under vector monotonicity, including the average treatment effect among ... What I call vector monotonicity, by contrast, simply restricts treatment status to be monotonic in each instrument separately. ... If Assumption 1 holds only conditional on a set of covariates X, and Assumption 3 also holds conditionally, then Theorem 1 can be taken to hold within a covariate cell X i = x. ...arXiv:2009.00553v1 fatcat:74pfcm3xszd4nmqtsssf7tfvay
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Kalton) 848:46012 46A45 Drews, Klaus-Dieter (with Bandt, Christoph; Burosch, Gustav) Conditionally monotone functions and three Sperner type conditions. (German and Russian summaries) Elektron. ... Tauber-type theorems for generalized functions. (Russian) Generalized functions and their applications in mathematical physics (Moscow, 1980), pp. 125—134, Akad. Nauk SSSR, Vychisl. ...
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