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Karlan DS. 2005. Using experimental economics to measure social capital and predict financial decisions. American Economic Review. :1688–1699.
Gerber A, Karlan DS, Bergan D. 2006. Does the media matter? A field experiment measuring the effect of newspapers on voting behavior and political opinions A Field Experiment Measuring the Effect of Newspapers on Voting Behavior and Political Opinions (February 15, 2006). Yale Economic Applications and Policy Discussion Paper.
Berinsky AJ, Kinder DR. 2006. Making sense of issues through media frames: Understanding the Kosovo crisis. Journal of Politics. 68:640–656.
Nickerson DW, Friedrichs RD, King DC. 2006. Partisan mobilization campaigns in the field: Results from a statewide turnout experiment in Michigan. Political Research Quarterly. 59:85–97.
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.
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.
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, 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.
Imai K, King G, Nall C. 2009. Rejoinder: Matched Pairs and the Future of Cluster-Randomized Experiments. Statistical Science. :65–72.
Ashraf N, Karlan D, Yin W. 2010. Female empowerment: Impact of a commitment savings product in the Philippines. World development. 38:333–344.
Kornhauser LA, Benoit J-P, Morton R, Shineman V. 2011. An Experimental Study of Simple Voting. Available at SSRN 1986154.
Karlan D, Zinman J. 2011. Microcredit in theory and practice: Using randomized credit scoring for impact evaluation. Science. 332:1278–1284.
Karlan D, Valdivia M. 2011. Teaching entrepreneurship: Impact of business training on microfinance clients and institutions. Review of Economics and Statistics. 93:510–527.
Imai K, Keele L, Tingley D, Yamamoto T. 2011. Unpacking the black box of causality: Learning about causal mechanisms from experimental and observational studies. American Political Science Review. 105:765–789.
Voors M, Bulte E, Kontoleon A, List JA, Turley T. 2011. Using artefactual field experiments to learn about the incentives for sustainable forest use in developing economies. The American Economic Review. 101:329–333.
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.
Voors M, Turley T, Kontoleon A, Bulte E, List JA. 2012. Exploring whether behavior in context-free experiments is predictive of behavior in the field: Evidence from lab and field experiments in rural Sierra Leone. Economics Letters. 114:308–311.