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Karlan D, Zinman J. 2009. Expanding credit access: Using randomized supply decisions to estimate the impacts. Review of Financial studies. :hhp092.
Karlan D, Zinman J. 2011. Microcredit in theory and practice: Using randomized credit scoring for impact evaluation. Science. 332:1278–1284.
King G, Gakidou E, Imai K, Lakin J, Moore RT, Nall C, Ravishankar N, Vargas M, Téllez-Rojo MMaría, Ávila JEugenio He et al.. 2009. Public policy for the poor? A randomised assessment of the Mexican universal health insurance programme The Lancet. 373:1447–1454.
King G, Gakidou E, Ravishankar N, Moore RT, Lakin J, Vargas M, Téllez-Rojo MMaría, Ávila JEugenio He, Avila MHernandez, Llama HHernandez. 2007. A politically robust experimental design for public policy evaluation, with application to the Mexican universal health insurance program. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 26:479–506.
King G, Gakidou E, Imai K, Lakin J, Moore RT, Nall C, Ravishankar N, Vargas M, Téllez-Rojo MMaría, Ávila JEugenio He et al.. 2009. Public policy for the poor? A randomised assessment of the Mexican universal health insurance programme The lancet. 373:1447–1454.
Kornhauser LA, Benoit J-P, Morton R, Shineman V. 2011. An Experimental Study of Simple Voting. Available at SSRN 1986154.
Kramon E. 2011. Why do politicians buy votes when the ballot is secret? Theory and experimental Evidence from Kenya Working Group on African Political Economy, Stanford.
Lieberman ES, Posner DN, Tsai LL. 2014. Does information lead to more active citizenship? Evidence from an education intervention in rural Kenya World Development. 60:69–83.
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.
Loewen PJohn, Rubenson D. 2011. For want of a nail: Negative persuasion in a party leadership race. Party Politics. 17:45–65.
Loewen PJohn, Koop R, Settle J, Fowler JH. 2014. A natural experiment in proposal power and electoral success. American Journal of Political Science. 58:189–196.
Loewen PJohn, Rubenson D, Spirling A. 2012. Testing the power of arguments in referendums: A Bradley–Terry approach. Electoral Studies. 31:212–221.
Loewen PJohn, Milner H, Hicks BM. 2008. Does compulsory voting lead to more informed and engaged citizens? An experimental test Canadian Journal of Political Science. 41:655–672.
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.
Lyall JMK. 2006. Pocket Protests: Rhetorical Coercion and the Micropolitics of Collective Action in Semiauthoritarian Regimes. World Politics. 58:378–412.
Lyall J. 2010. Are coethnics more effective counterinsurgents? Evidence from the Second Chechen War American Political Science Review. 104:1–20.
Lyall J, Shiraito Y, Imai K. 2015. Coethnic Bias and Wartime Informing. Journal of Politics.
Lyall J. 2009. Does indiscriminate violence incite insurgent attacks? Evidence from Chechnya Journal of Conflict Resolution. 53:331–362.
Malesky E, Schuler P, Tran A. 2012. The adverse effects of sunshine: a field experiment on legislative transparency in an authoritarian assembly. American Political Science Review. 106:762–786.
Malesky EJ. 2008. Straight ahead on red: how foreign direct investment empowers subnational leaders. The Journal of Politics. 70:97–119.
McClendon GH. 2014. Social Esteem and Participation in Contentious Politics: A Field Experiment at an LGBT Pride Rally. American Journal of Political Science. 58:279–290.
McDermott R. 2002. Experimental methodology in political science. Political Analysis. :325–342.