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Michael Baumgartner and Christoph Falk published a paper entitled "Configurational Causal Modeling and Logic Regression" in Multivariate Behavioral Research (2021): https://doi.org/10.1080/00273171.2021.1971510
Martyna Swiatczak's paper entitled "Towards a neo-configurational theory of intrinsic motivation" was published in Motivation and Emotion (2021): https://doi.org/10.1007/s11031-021-09906-1
New CNA software published on The Comprehensive R Archive Network.
Martyna Swiatczak's paper on "Different algorithms, different models" was published in Quality & Quantity (2021): https://doi.org/10.1007/s11135-021-01193-9
New procedure estimating the robustness of configurational causal models introduced in a paper in Sociological Methods & Research
L. Casini and M. Baumgartner (2021), The PC Algorithm and the Inference to Constitution, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. doi: 10.1086/714820.
Michael Baumgartner's paper on "Qualitative Comparative Analysis and robust sufficiency" was published in Quality & Quantity (2021): https://doi.org/10.1007/s11135-021-01157-z
The CNA group is very happy to announce that the Research Council of Norway (Forskningsrådet) will fund the further development of CNA with NOK 12,000,000 over the coming years.
The CNA method has been showcased in the flagship journal of implementation science.
Christoph Falk (PhD 2020, Geneva) has joined the CNA project as a part-time researcher.
The CNA method was applied in a study about the patient safety culture in medical homes.
New CNA software published on the The Comprehensive R Archive Network.
From September 21 to 25, 2020, Michael Baumgartner and Alrik Thiem (University of Lucerne) will hold a training seminar on configurational causal modeling with a heavy focus on CNA at the Regenstrief Institute for public health in Indianapolis.
Michael Baumgartner published an article introducing the main theories of causation to political scientists in the SAGE Handbook of Political Science.
The official journal of the medical care section of the American Public Health Association just published an application of the CNA method, among other configurational comparative methods, to the effectiveness of the implementation of hepatitis C treatments.