On Estimation Theory and the Bayesian-Frequentist Debate

In a series of articles, I will argue that there is no such thing as an estimation problem in the real world, only a decision problem, and that the Bayesian-Frequentist Debate is a nonsense because it is ill-founded.

  1. The James-Stein Estimator
  2. The Role of Estimates, Estimation Theory and Statistical Inference: Is it what we think it is?
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