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2010
Arceneaux K.  2010.  The benefits of experimental methods for the study of campaign effects. Political Communication. 27:199–215.
Lieberman ES.  2010.  Bridging the qualitative-quantitative divide: Best practices in the development of historically oriented replication databases. Annual Review of Political Science. 13:37–59.
Arceneaux K, Gerber AS, Green DP.  2010.  A cautionary note on the use of matching to estimate causal effects: an empirical example comparing matching estimates to an experimental benchmark. Sociological methods & research. 39:256–282.
Eckel CC, Fatas E, Wilson R.  2010.  Cooperation and status in organizations. Journal of Public Economic Theory. 12:737–762.
Barr A, Serra D.  2010.  Corruption and culture: An experimental analysis. Journal of Public Economics. 94:862–869.
Dunning T, Harrison L.  2010.  Cross-cutting cleavages and ethnic voting: An experimental study of cousinage in Mali. American Political Science Review. 104:21–39.
Farrar C, Fishkin JS, Green DP, List C, Luskin RC, Paluck ELevy.  2010.  Disaggregating deliberation’s effects: An experiment within a deliberative poll. British Journal of Political Science. 40:333–347.
Dunning T.  2010.  Do quotas promote ethnic solidarity? Field and natural experimental evidence from India Unpublished typescript, Yale University.
Nickerson DW, Rogers T.  2010.  Do you have a voting plan? Implementation intentions, voter turnout, and organic plan making Psychological Science. 21:194–199.
Vicente PC.  2010.  Does oil corrupt? Evidence from a natural experiment in West Africa Journal of Development Economics. 92:28–38.
Ashraf N, Karlan D, Yin W.  2010.  Female empowerment: Impact of a commitment savings product in the Philippines. World development. 38:333–344.
Imai K, Keele L, Tingley D.  2010.  A general approach to causal mediation analysis.. Psychological methods. 15:309.
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.
Paluck ELevy.  2010.  Is it better not to talk? Group polarization, extended contact, and perspective taking in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Paluck ELevy.  2010.  The promising integration of qualitative methods and field experiments. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 628:59–71.
2009
Fearon JD, Humphreys M, Weinstein JM.  2009.  Can development aid contribute to social cohesion after civil war? Evidence from a field experiment in post-conflict Liberia The American Economic Review. 99:287–291.
Vicente PC, Wantchekon L.  2009.  Clientelism and vote buying: lessons from field experiments in African elections. Oxford Review of Economic Policy. 25:292–305.
Arceneaux K, Nickerson DW.  2009.  Comparing negative and positive campaign messages: Evidence from two field experiments. American Politics Research.
Paluck ELevy, Green DP.  2009.  Deference, dissent, and dispute resolution: An experimental intervention using mass media to change norms and behavior in Rwanda. American Political Science Review. 103:622–644.
Stoker G, John P.  2009.  Design experiments: Engaging policy makers in the search for evidence about what works. Political Studies. 57:356–373.
Farrar C, Green DP, Green JE, Nickerson DW, Shewfelt S.  2009.  Does discussion group composition affect policy preferences? Results from three randomized experiments Political Psychology. 30:615–647.
Lyall J.  2009.  Does indiscriminate violence incite insurgent attacks? Evidence from Chechnya Journal of Conflict Resolution. 53:331–362.
Barr A, Serra D.  2009.  The effects of externalities and framing on bribery in a petty corruption experiment. Experimental Economics. 12:488–503.
Imai K, King G, Nall C.  2009.  The essential role of pair matching in cluster-randomized experiments, with application to the Mexican universal health insurance evaluation. Statistical Science. 24:29–53.
Karlan D, Zinman J.  2009.  Expanding credit access: Using randomized supply decisions to estimate the impacts. Review of Financial studies. :hhp092.

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