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What does n in your comment stand for?






To add to my last comment, this isn't rocket science. It's causal interference 101. If you get this wrong it's seems like strong evidence of mindkilling effects preventing you from reasoning about his domain.
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If you have an adoption of a policy in one country than you have n=1. If randomly half of the states adopt the policy and half don't you have n={number of states}.
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