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Knowledge for Use (K4U)

K4U Publications

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General Publications

Springer Paper

Predicting What Will Happen When You Intervene

Nancy Cartwright (Durham University), Jeremy Hardie (LSE)

Clin Soc Work J. 2017; 45(3): 270–279

February 2017

Vox Paper

The limitations of randomised control trials

Prof Sir Angus Deaton, Princeton University and Prof Nancy Cartwright, Durham University and UCSD

VOX CEPR's Policy Portal, 9 Nov. 2016

November 2016

Working Papers

K4U working papers are published as a sub-series of the CHESS working papers. To access the full series, please go to CHESS working paper (Online) ISSN 2053-2660

Trade-offs between Epistemic and Moral Values in Evidence-Based Policy

Donal Khosrowi (Durham University)

CHESS Working Paper No. 2018-03

March 2018

Constructed Objectivity and Realist Presuppositions: a Kantian Framework

Eleonora Montuschi (University Ca’ Foscari of Venice)

CHESS Working Paper No. 2018-01

March 2018

How to Learn about Causes in the Single Case

Prof Nancy Cartwright (Durham University)

CHESS Working Paper No. 2017-04

December 2017

Fact-Value Entanglement in Positive Economics

Prof Julian Reiss (Durham University)

CHESS Working Paper No. 2017-02

[Produced as part of the Knowledge for Use (K4U) Research Project]

April 2017

Improving Child Safety: deliberation, judgement and empirical research

Munro, E., Cartwright, N., Hardie, J. and Montuschi, E.

[Produced as part of the Knowledge for Use (K4U) Research Project]

February 2017

What’s so special about empirical adequacy?

Sindhuja Bhakthavatsalam (California State University) and Prof Nancy Cartwright (Durham University and UCSD)

CHESS Working Paper No. 2016-08

[Produced as part of the Knowledge for Use (K4U) Research Project]

September 2016

A Theory of Measurement

Prof Norman M. Bradburn (NORC and University of Chicago), Prof Nancy Cartwright (Durham University and UCSD) and Jonathan Fuller (University of Toronto)

CHESS Working Paper No. 2016-07

[Produced as part of the Knowledge for Use (K4U) Research Project]

September 2016

Are laws of nature consistent with contingency?

Prof Nancy Cartwright, Durham University and UCSD and Pedro Merlussi, Durham University

CHESS Working Paper No. 2016-06

[Produced as part of the Knowledge for Use (K4U) Research Project]

September 2016

Understanding and misunderstanding randomized controlled trials

Prof Sir Angus Deaton, Princeton University and Prof Nancy Cartwright, Durham University and UCSD

CHESS Working Paper No. 2016-05

[Produced as part of the Knowledge for Use (K4U) Research Project]

August 2016