A state of the art volume on statistical causality Causality: Statistical Perspectives and Applications presents a wide-ranging collection of seminal contributions by renowned experts in the field, providing a thorough treatment of all aspects of statistical causality. It covers the various formalisms in current use, methods for applying them to specific problems, and the special requirements of a range of examples from medicine, biology and economics to political science. This book: * Provides a clear account and comparison of formal languages, concepts and models for statistical causality. * Addresses examples from medicine, biology, economics and political science to aid the reader's understanding. * Is authored by leading experts in their field. * Is written in an accessible style. Postgraduates, professional statisticians and researchers in academia and industry will benefit from this book.