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Loewen PJohn, Rubenson D.  2011.  For want of a nail: Negative persuasion in a party leadership race. Party Politics. 17:45–65.
Carnegie A, Marinov N, Aronow PM.  2014.  Foreign Aid, Human Rights and Democracy Promotion: Evidence from a Natural Experiment.
Wilson RK.  1986.  Forward and backward agenda procedures: committee experiments on structurally induced equilibrium. The Journal of Politics. 48:390–409.
Dafoe A, Lyall J.  2015.  From Cell Phones to Conflict? Reflections on the Emerging ICT-Political Conflict Research Agenda Journal of Peace Research. 52:401–413.
Imai K, Keele L, Tingley D.  2010.  A general approach to causal mediation analysis.. Psychological methods. 15:309.
Aronow PM.  2012.  A general method for detecting interference between units in randomized experiments. Sociological Methods & Research. 41:3–16.
Arceneaux K, Kousser T, Mullin M.  2012.  Get out the vote-by-mail? A randomized field experiment testing the effect of mobilization in traditional and vote-by-mail precincts Political Research Quarterly. 65:882–894.
Green DP, Gerber AS, Nickerson DW.  2003.  Getting out the vote in local elections: results from six door-to-door canvassing experiments. Journal of Politics. 65:1083–1096.
Green DP, Gerber AS, Nickerson DW.  2003.  Getting out the vote in local elections: results from six door-to-door canvassing experiments. Journal of Politics. 65:1083–1096.
García FMartel, Wantchekon L.  2013.  A graphical approximation to generalization: Definitions and diagrams. Journal of Globalization and Development.
Loewen PJohn, Rubenson D, Wantchekon L.  2010.  Help Me Help You: Conducting Field Experiments with Political Elites. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 628:165–175.
Fearon JD, Humphreys M, Weinstein JM.  2014.  How Does Development Assistance Affect Collective Action Capacity? Results from a Field Experiment in Post-Conflict Liberia
Nickerson DW.  2006.  Hunting the elusive young voter. Journal of Political Marketing. 5:47–69.
Grossman G, Humphreys M, Sacramone-Lutz G.  2014.  “I wld like u WMP to extend electricity 2 our village:” On Information Technology and Interest Articulation. The American Political Science Review. 108:688–705.
Grossman G, Humphreys M, Sacramone-Lutz G.  2014.  “I wld like u WMP to extend electricity 2 our village” On Information Technology and Interest Articulation.
Imai K, Yamamoto T.  2013.  Identification and sensitivity analysis for multiple causal mechanisms: Revisiting evidence from framing experiments. Political Analysis. 21:141–171.
Huber GA, Arceneaux K.  2007.  Identifying the persuasive effects of presidential advertising. American Journal of Political Science. 51:957–977.
Arceneaux K.  2007.  I'm asking for your support: The effects of personally delivered campaign messages on voting decisions and opinion formation. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 2:43–65.
Grossman G, Baldassarri D.  2012.  The Impact of Elections on Cooperation: Evidence from a Lab-in-the-Field Experiment in Uganda. American journal of political science. 56:964–985.
Dunning T.  2007.  Improving causal inference: Strengths and limitations of natural experiments. Political Research Quarterly.
Shineman V.  2012.  Incentivizing Participation Increases Political Information: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment. APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper.
Nickerson DW.  2007.  The ineffectiveness of e-vites to democracy field experiments testing the role of e-mail on voter turnout. Social Science Computer Review. 25:494–503.
Aker J, Collier P, Vicente PC.  2011.  Is Information Power? Using cell phones during an election in Mozambique Document présenté à School of Business and Economics, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. 20
Drugov M, Hamman J, Serra D.  2011.  Intermediaries in corruption: An experiment. Experimental Economics. :1–22.
Eckel CC, Wilson RK.  2006.  Internet cautions: Experimental games with internet partners. Experimental Economics. 9:53–66.

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