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Ocantos EGonzalez, Jonge CKiewiet, Nickerson DW. 2014. The Conditionality of Vote-Buying Norms: Experimental Evidence from Latin America. American Journal of Political Science. 58:197–211.
Arceneaux K, Nickerson DW. 2009. Comparing negative and positive campaign messages: Evidence from two field experiments. American Politics Research.
Arceneaux K, Gerber AS, Green DP. 2006. Comparing experimental and matching methods using a large-scale voter mobilization experiment. Political Analysis. 14:37–62.
Blair G, Imai K, Lyall J. 2014. Comparing and Combining List and Endorsement Experiments: Evidence from Afghanistan. American Journal of Political Science. 58:1043–1063.
Dube O, Vargas JF. 2013. Commodity price shocks and civil conflict: Evidence from Colombia. The Review of Economic Studies. 80:1384–1421.
Serra D. 2012. Combining top-down and bottom-up accountability: Evidence from a bribery experiment. Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, 2012, vol. 28, issue 3, pages 569-587.
Lyall J, Shiraito Y, Imai K. 2015. Coethnic Bias and Wartime Informing. Journal of Politics.
Wantchekon L. 2003. Clientelism and voting behavior: Evidence from a field experiment in Benin. World politics. 55:399–422.
Vicente PC, Wantchekon L. 2009. Clientelism and vote buying: lessons from field experiments in African elections. Oxford Review of Economic Policy. 25:292–305.
Aronow PM, Middleton JA. 2013. A class of unbiased estimators of the average treatment effect in randomized experiments. Journal of Causal Inference. 1:135–154.
Gilligan M, Pasquale B, Samii C. 2013. Civil war and social cohesion: lab-in-the-field evidence from Nepal. American Journal of Political Science.
Baldassarri D, Grossman G. 2011. Centralized sanctioning and legitimate authority promote cooperation in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108:11023–11027.
Arceneaux K, Gerber AS, Green DP. 2010. A cautionary note on the use of matching to estimate causal effects: an empirical example comparing matching estimates to an experimental benchmark. Sociological methods & research. 39:256–282.
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.
Baird S, McIntosh C, Özler B. 2011. Cash or condition? Evidence from a cash transfer experiment The Quarterly Journal of Economics. :qjr032.
Butler DM, Nickerson DW, . 2011. Can learning constituency opinion affect how legislators vote? Results from a field experiment Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 6:55–83.
Fujiwara T, Wantchekon L. 2013. Can informed public deliberation overcome clientelism? Experimental evidence from Benin American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. 5:241–255.
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.
Hirose K, Imai K, Lyall J. 2013. Can Civilian Attitudes Predict Civil War Violence?
Lieberman ES. 2010. Bridging the qualitative-quantitative divide: Best practices in the development of historically oriented replication databases. Annual Review of Political Science. 13:37–59.
Aronow PM, Carnegie A. 2013. Beyond LATE: Estimation of the average treatment effect with an instrumental variable. Political Analysis. 21:492–506.
Arceneaux K. 2010. The benefits of experimental methods for the study of campaign effects. Political Communication. 27:199–215.