Kennedy, E., Harris, S., Keele, L.. Survivor-complier causal effects in the presence of selection on treatment, with an application studying prompt ICU admission. Invited to revise and resubmit Journal of the American Statistics Association.
Keele, L., Sellers, M., Sharoky, C., Wirtalla, C., Kelz, R. “An Instrumental Variables Design for the Effect of Emergency General Surgery.” Invited to revise and resubmit Epidemiologic Methods.
Keele, Luke J., Ismail White “African-American Turnout in Majority-Minority Districts.” Conditional acceptance Political Science Research and Methods
Ding, P. and Keele, L. “Robust Randomization-Based Inference in Unmatched Clustered Randomized Trials, With Application to the Teacher and Leader Evaluation Systems Intervention.” Invited to revise and resubmit The Annals of Applied Statistics.
Keele, Luke J., Hyunseung Kang, and Laura Peck “A Comparison of Inferential Techniques for Instrumental Variables Methods.” Invited to revise and resubmit Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A.
Keele, Luke J., Jesse Y. Hsu, and Dylan S. Small “Patterns of Effects and Sensitivity Analysis for Differences-in-Differences” Invited to revise and resubmit Statistical Science.
Keele, Luke J., Steve Harris, Sam Pimentel, and Richard Grieve “Stronger Instruments and Refined Covariate Balance in an Observational Study of the Effectiveness of Prompt Admission to the ICU in the UK.” Invited to revise and resubmit Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A.
Keele, Luke J., David Harrison, and Richard Grieve “A Principled Approach for Designing Observational Studies from Within RCTs.”
Keele, Luke J., Felix Elwert, and Randy Stephenson “The Perils of the All Cause Model.”
Keele, Luke J. and Rocio Titiunik “Bounding Treatment Effects Under Interference in Geographic Natural Experiments: An Application to All-Mail Voting in Colorado.”