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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
Arceneaux K, Johnson M, Murphy C. 2012. Polarized political communication, oppositional media hostility, and selective exposure. The Journal of Politics. 74:174–186.
Arceneaux K, Nickerson DW. 2009. Who Is Mobilized to Vote? A Re-Analysis of 11 Field Experiments American Journal of Political Science. 53:1–16.
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.
Arceneaux K, Nickerson DW. 2009. Comparing negative and positive campaign messages: Evidence from two field experiments. American Politics Research.
Arceneaux K. 2010. The benefits of experimental methods for the study of campaign effects. Political Communication. 27:199–215.
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.
Arceneaux K, Stein RM. 2006. Who is held responsible when disaster strikes? The attribution of responsibility for a natural disaster in an urban election Journal of Urban Affairs. 28:43–53.
Arceneaux K. 2005. Using cluster randomized field experiments to study voting behavior. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 601:169–179.
Arceneaux K, Nickerson DW. 2009. Modeling certainty with clustered data: A comparison of methods. Political Analysis. 17:177–190.
Arceneaux K, Gerber AS, Green DP. 2006. Comparing experimental and matching methods using a large-scale voter mobilization experiment. Political Analysis. 14:37–62.
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.
Armantier O, Boly A, Serra D, Wantchekon L. 2012. On the external validity of laboratory experiments on corruption. New advances in experimental research on corruption. :117–144.
Aronow PM, Gerber AS, Green DP, Kern H, LaCour MJ. 2014. Double Sampling for Nonignorable Missing Outcome Data in Randomized Experiments.
Aronow PM. 2012. A general method for detecting interference between units in randomized experiments. Sociological Methods & Research. 41:3–16.
Aronow PM, Green DP, Lee DKK. 2014. Sharp bounds on the variance in randomized experiments. The Annals of Statistics. 42:850–871.
Aronow PM, Carnegie A. 2013. Beyond LATE: Estimation of the average treatment effect with an instrumental variable. Political Analysis. 21:492–506.
Aronow PM, Middleton JA. 2013. A class of unbiased estimators of the average treatment effect in randomized experiments. Journal of Causal Inference. 1:135–154.
Ashraf N, Karlan D, Yin W. 2010. Female empowerment: Impact of a commitment savings product in the Philippines. World development. 38:333–344.
Bahry D, Wilson RK. 2004. Trust in transitional societies: experimental results from Russia. American Political Science Association, Chicago.
Bahry DL, Wilson RK. 2006. Confusion or fairness in the field? Rejections in the ultimatum game under the strategy method Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 60:37–54.
Baird SJ, Garfein RS, McIntosh CT, Özler B. 2012. Effect of a cash transfer programme for schooling on prevalence of HIV and herpes simplex type 2 in Malawi: a cluster randomised trial. The Lancet. 379:1320–1329.
Baird S, McIntosh C, Özler B. 2011. Cash or condition? Evidence from a cash transfer experiment The Quarterly Journal of Economics. :qjr032.
Baldassarri D, Grossman G. 2011. Centralized sanctioning and legitimate authority promote cooperation in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108:11023–11027.