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Donaldson C, Thomas R, Torgerson DJ.  1997.  Validity of open-ended and payment scale approaches to eliciting willingness to pay. Applied Economics. 29:79–84.
Findley MG, Nielson DL, Sharman JCampbell.  2013.  Using Field Experiments in International Relations: A Randomized Study of Anonymous Incorporation 1. International Organization. 67:657–693.
Karlan DS.  2005.  Using experimental economics to measure social capital and predict financial decisions. American Economic Review. :1688–1699.
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.
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.
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.
Middleton J, Aronow P.  2011.  Unbiased estimation of the average treatment effect in cluster-randomized experiments. Available at SSRN 1803849.
Ashraf N, Karlan D, Yin W.  2006.  Tying Odysseus to the mast: Evidence from a commitment savings product in the Philippines. The Quarterly Journal of Economics. :635–672.
Bahry D, Wilson RK.  2004.  Trust in transitional societies: experimental results from Russia. American Political Science Association, Chicago.
Eckel CC, Wilson RK.  2004.  Is trust a risky decision? Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 55:447–465.
Dowding K, John P.  2008.  The three exit, three voice and loyalty framework: a test with survey data on local services. Political Studies. 56:288–311.
Loewen PJohn, Rubenson D, Spirling A.  2012.  Testing the power of arguments in referendums: A Bradley–Terry approach. Electoral Studies. 31:212–221.
Batista C, Lacuesta A, Vicente PC.  2012.  Testing the ‘brain gain’hypothesis: Micro evidence from Cape Verde. Journal of Development Economics. 97:32–45.
Gerber AS, Green DP, Nickerson D.  2001.  Testing for publication bias in political science. Political Analysis. 9:385–392.
Karlan D, Valdivia M.  2011.  Teaching entrepreneurship: Impact of business training on microfinance clients and institutions. Review of Economics and Statistics. 93:510–527.
Malesky EJ.  2008.  Straight ahead on red: how foreign direct investment empowers subnational leaders. The Journal of Politics. 70:97–119.
Imai K.  2009.  Statistical analysis of randomized experiments with non-ignorable missing binary outcomes: an application to a voting experiment. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics). 58:83–104.
Blair G, Imai K.  2012.  Statistical analysis of list experiments. Political Analysis. 20:47–77.
Bullock W, Imai K, Shapiro JN.  2011.  Statistical analysis of endorsement experiments: Measuring support for militant groups in Pakistan. Political Analysis. 19:363–384.
Gerber AS, Green DP, Larimer CW.  2008.  Social pressure and voter turnout: Evidence from a large-scale field experiment. American Political Science Review. 102:33–48.
Dawes CT, Loewen PJohn, Fowler JH.  2011.  Social preferences and political participation. The Journal of Politics. 73:845–856.
Eckel CC, Wilson RK.  2007.  Social learning in coordination games: does status matter? Experimental Economics. 10:317–329.
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.
Humphreys M, de la Sierra RSanchez, van der Windt P.  2012.  Social and Economic Impacts of Tuungane. Final Report on the Effects of a Community Driven Reconstruction Program in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Columbia University.
Aronow PM, Green DP, Lee DKK.  2014.  Sharp bounds on the variance in randomized experiments. The Annals of Statistics. 42:850–871.

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