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Loewen PJohn, Milner H, Hicks BM. 2008. Does compulsory voting lead to more informed and engaged citizens? An experimental test Canadian Journal of Political Science. 41:655–672.
Stevenson RT, Vavreck L. 2000. Does campaign length matter? Testing for cross-national effects British Journal of Political Science. 30:217–235.
Dunning T. 2011. Does Blocking Reduce Attrition Bias?” Newsletter of the Experimental Section of the American Political Science Association.
Nickerson DW, Rogers T. 2010. Do you have a voting plan? Implementation intentions, voter turnout, and organic plan making Psychological Science. 21:194–199.
Dunning T. 2010. Do quotas promote ethnic solidarity? Field and natural experimental evidence from India Unpublished typescript, Yale University.
Batista C, Vicente PC. 2011. Do migrants improve governance at home? Evidence from a voting experiment The World Bank Economic Review. :lhr009.
Imai K. 2005. Do get-out-the-vote calls reduce turnout? The importance of statistical methods for field experiments American Political Science Review. 99:283–300.
Grossman G, W Hanlon W. 2014. Do better monitoring institutions increase leadership quality in community organizations? Evidence from Uganda American Journal of Political Science. 58:669–686.
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.
Whitt S, Wilson RK. 2007. The dictator game, fairness and ethnicity in postwar Bosnia. American Journal of Political Science. 51:655–668.
Trujillo MD, Paluck ELevy. 2012. The devil knows best: Experimental effects of a televised soap opera on Latino attitudes toward government and support for the 2010 US Census. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 12:113–132.
Sinclair B, McConnell M, Green DP. 2012. Detecting spillover effects: Design and analysis of multilevel experiments. American Journal of Political Science. 56:1055–1069.
Horiuchi Y, Imai K, Taniguchi N. 2007. Designing and analyzing randomized experiments: Application to a Japanese election survey experiment. American Journal of Political Science. 51:669–687.
Stoker G, John P. 2009. Design experiments: Engaging policy makers in the search for evidence about what works. Political Studies. 57:356–373.
Blair G, Imai K, Zhou Y-Y. 2014. Design and analysis of randomized response technique.
García FMartel. 2013. Definition and Diagnosis of Problematic Attrition in Randomized Controlled Experiments. Available at SSRN.
Paluck ELevy, Green DP. 2009. Deference, dissent, and dispute resolution: An experimental intervention using mass media to change norms and behavior in Rwanda. American Political Science Review. 103:622–644.
van der Windt P, Humphreys M. 2014. Crowdseeding in Eastern Congo Using Cell Phones to Collect Conflict Events Data in Real Time. Journal of Conflict Resolution. :0022002714553104.
Bossuroy T, Selway J. 2011. Cross-cutting Cleavages, Discrimination and Inter-Personal Financial Transfers-A Lab Experiment in Chennai, India. APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper.
Dunning T, Harrison L. 2010. Cross-cutting cleavages and ethnic voting: An experimental study of cousinage in Mali. American Political Science Review. 104:21–39.
Herzberg R, Wilson R. 1991. Costly Agendas and Spatial Voting Games: Theory and Experiments on Agenda Access Costs. Laboratory Research in Political Economy. :169–99.
Bennion EA, Nickerson DW. 2011. The Cost of Convenience An Experiment Showing E-Mail Outreach Decreases Voter Registration. Political Research Quarterly. 64:858–869.
Barr A, Serra D. 2010. Corruption and culture: An experimental analysis. Journal of Public Economics. 94:862–869.
Eckel CC, Fatas E, Wilson R. 2010. Cooperation and status in organizations. Journal of Public Economic Theory. 12:737–762.
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.