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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.
Vavreck L. 2007. The exaggerated effects of advertising on turnout: The dangers of self-reports. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 2:325–343.
Berinsky AJ, Huber GA, Lenz GS. 2012. Evaluating online labor markets for experimental research: Amazon. com's Mechanical Turk. Political Analysis. 20:351–368.
Dunning T, Nilekani J. 2013. Ethnic quotas and political mobilization: caste, parties, and distribution in Indian village councils. American Political Science Review. 107:35–56.
Imai K, Strauss A. 2011. Estimation of heterogeneous treatment effects from randomized experiments, with application to the optimal planning of the get-out-the-vote campaign. Political Analysis. 19:1–19.
Ho DE, Imai K. 2008. Estimating causal effects of ballot order from a randomized natural experiment the California alphabet lottery, 1978–2002. Public Opinion Quarterly. 72:216–240.
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.
Samii C, Aronow PM. 2011. On equivalencies between design-based and regression-based variance estimators for randomized experiments. Statistics & Probability Letters.
Samii C, Aronow PM. 2012. On equivalencies between design-based and regression-based variance estimators for randomized experiments. Statistics & Probability Letters. 82:365–370.
Dewan T, Humphreys M, Rubenson D. 2013. The Elements of Political Persuasion: Content, Charisma, and Cue. The Economic Journal.
Dewan T, Humphreys M, Rubenson D. 2014. The elements of political persuasion: content, charisma and cue. The Economic Journal. 124:F257–F292.
Barr A, Serra D. 2009. The effects of externalities and framing on bribery in a petty corruption experiment. Experimental Economics. 12:488–503.
Green DP, Gerber AS. 2000. The effects of canvassing, telephone calls, and direct mail on voter turnout: A field experiment.
Baldassarri D, Grossman G. 2013. The Effect of Group Attachment and Social Position on Prosocial Behavior. Evidence from Lab-in-the-Field Experiments. Plos One. 8:e58750.
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.
Serra D, Barr A, Packard T. 2011. Education outcomes, school governance and parents' demand for accountability: evidence from Albania. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series, Vol.
Aronow PM, Gerber AS, Green DP, Kern H, LaCour MJ. 2014. Double Sampling for Nonignorable Missing Outcome Data in Randomized Experiments.
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.
Vicente PC. 2010. Does oil corrupt? Evidence from a natural experiment in West Africa Journal of Development Economics. 92:28–38.
Green DP, Aronow PM, Bergan DE, Greene P, Paris C, Weinberger BI. 2011. Does knowledge of constitutional principles increase support for civil liberties? Results from a randomized field experiment The Journal of politics. 73:463–476.
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.
Lyall J. 2009. Does indiscriminate violence incite insurgent attacks? Evidence from Chechnya Journal of Conflict Resolution. 53:331–362.
Nickerson DW, . 2007. Does email boost turnout. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 2:369–379.
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.