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Fang AH, Guess AM, Humphreys M. 2014. Messaging Strategies to Combat Housing Discrimination in New York City: Evidence from a Field Experiment.
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.
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.
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.
Fearon JD, Humphreys M, Weinstein JM. 2014. How Does Development Assistance Affect Collective Action Capacity? Results from a Field Experiment in Post-Conflict Liberia
Findley MG, Nielson DL, Sharman J, Sharman JCampbell. 2014. Global shell games: experiments in transnational relations, crime, and terrorism.
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.
Findley MG, Nielson DL, Sharman JC. 2015. Causes of Noncompliance with International Law: A Field Experiment on Anonymous Incorporation. American Journal of Political Science. 59:146–161.
Fowler JH, Heaney MT, Nickerson DW, Padgett JF, Sinclair B. 2011. Causality in political networks. American Politics Research. 39:437–480.
Fujiwara T, Wantchekon L. 2013. Can informed public deliberation overcome clientelism? Experimental evidence from Benin American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. 5:241–255.
García FMartel, Wantchekon L. 2013. A graphical approximation to generalization: Definitions and diagrams. Journal of Globalization and Development.
García FMartel. 2012. Scientific Progress in the Absence of New Data: A Procedural Replication of Ross (2006). Available at SSRN.
García FMartel. 2013. Definition and Diagnosis of Problematic Attrition in Randomized Controlled Experiments. Available at SSRN.
García FMartel. 2013. When and Why is Attrition a Problem in Randomized Controlled Experiments and How to Diagnose it. Available at SSRN 2267120.
Gerber AS, Green DP, Nickerson D. 2001. Testing for publication bias in political science. Political Analysis. 9:385–392.
Gerber AS, Green DP, Shachar R. 2003. Voting may be habit-forming: evidence from a randomized field experiment. American Journal of Political Science. 47:540–550.
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.
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.
Gilligan M, Samii C, Mvukiyehe E. 2012. Reintegrating rebels into civilian life: Quasi-experimental evidence from Burundi. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 57:598–626.
Gilligan M, Pasquale B, Samii C. 2013. Civil war and social cohesion: lab-in-the-field evidence from Nepal. American Journal of Political Science.
Goldstein DG, Imai K, Göritz AS, Gollwitzer PM. 2008. Nudging turnout: Mere measurement and implementation planning of intentions to vote. Unpublished manuscript (London Business School).
Gonzalez-Ocantos E, De Jonge CKiewiet, Meléndez C, Osorio J, Nickerson DW. 2012. Vote buying and social desirability bias: Experimental evidence from Nicaragua. American Journal of Political Science. 56:202–217.
Green DP, Vavreck L. 2008. Analysis of cluster-randomized experiments: A comparison of alternative estimation approaches. Political Analysis. 16:138–152.
Green DP, Gerber AS. 2000. The effects of canvassing, telephone calls, and direct mail on voter turnout: A field experiment.