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Dunning T.  2011.  Does Blocking Reduce Attrition Bias?” Newsletter of the Experimental Section of the American Political Science Association.
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.
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.
Samii C, Aronow PM.  2011.  On equivalencies between design-based and regression-based variance estimators for randomized experiments. Statistics & Probability Letters.
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.
Kornhauser LA, Benoit J-P, Morton R, Shineman V.  2011.  An Experimental Study of Simple Voting. Available at SSRN 1986154.
Loewen PJohn, Rubenson D.  2011.  For want of a nail: Negative persuasion in a party leadership race. Party Politics. 17:45–65.
Aker J, Collier P, Vicente PC.  2011.  Is Information Power? Using cell phones during an election in Mozambique Document présenté à School of Business and Economics, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. 20
Drugov M, Hamman J, Serra D.  2011.  Intermediaries in corruption: An experiment. Experimental Economics. :1–22.
Grossman G.  2011.  Lab-in-the-field Experiments. Newsletter of APSA experimental section. 2:13–18.
James O.  2011.  Managing Citizen's Expectations of Public Service Performance: Evidence from Observation in Experimentation in Local Government. Public Administration. 89:1419–1435.
Karlan D, Zinman J.  2011.  Microcredit in theory and practice: Using randomized credit scoring for impact evaluation. Science. 332:1278–1284.
Paluck ELevy.  2011.  Peer pressure against prejudice: A high school field experiment examining social network change. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47:350–358.
James O.  2011.  Performance measures and democracy: Information effects on citizens in field and laboratory experiments. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 21:399–418.
Trager RF, Vavreck L.  2011.  The political costs of crisis bargaining: Presidential rhetoric and the role of party. American Journal of Political Science. 55:526–545.
Berinsky AJ, Hutchings VL, Mendelberg T, Shaker L, Valentino NA.  2011.  Sex and Race: Are Black Candidates More Likely to be Disadvantaged by Sex Scandals? Political Behavior. 33:179–202.
Dawes CT, Loewen PJohn, Fowler JH.  2011.  Social preferences and political participation. The Journal of Politics. 73:845–856.
Bullock W, Imai K, Shapiro JN.  2011.  Statistical analysis of endorsement experiments: Measuring support for militant groups in Pakistan. Political Analysis. 19:363–384.
Karlan D, Valdivia M.  2011.  Teaching entrepreneurship: Impact of business training on microfinance clients and institutions. Review of Economics and Statistics. 93:510–527.
Middleton J, Aronow P.  2011.  Unbiased estimation of the average treatment effect in cluster-randomized experiments. Available at SSRN 1803849.
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.
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.
Michelson MR, Nickerson DW.  2011.  Voter mobilization. Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Political Science. :228.
Kramon E.  2011.  Why do politicians buy votes when the ballot is secret? Theory and experimental Evidence from Kenya Working Group on African Political Economy, Stanford.