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Instructions:
You need to sign up to co-present 4 papers for the semester.
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We need to have at least two co-presenters for each paper.
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Then, for some papers we will have teams of three people co-presenting for the numbers to work out.
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Please go ahead and sign up for 4 different papers, using the Slot 1, Slot 2, and Slot 3 columns.
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We will sort out the numbers to make sure everything is even after every signs up for slots.
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9/4No class
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19/11FundamentalsLecture I: design-based inference, sampling, and powerCyrus (lecture)
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9/18No class
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29/25FundamentalsLecture II: design effects, clustering, and covariatesCyrus (lecture)
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310/2Complex outcomes and welfare analysisCasey, K., R. Glennerster, and E. Miguel (2012). Reshaping institutions: Evidence on aid implacts using a pre-analysis plan. Quarterly Journal of Economics 127(4), 1755–1812.
MattFelipeSidak
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Hunt Allcott, Luca Braghieri, Sarah Eichmeyer, and Matthew Gentzkow (2019) The Welfare Effects of Social Media. NBER Working Paper.Nejla MassimoMaria
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410/9Unpacking mechanismsAshraf, N., J. Berry, and J. M. Shapiro (2010). Can higher prices stimulate product use? evidence from a field experiment in Zambia. American Economic Review 100, 2383–2413.MattMikdat
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Habyarimana, J., Humphreys, M., Posner, D., & Weinstein, J. (2007). Why Does Ethnic Diversity Undermine Public Goods Provision? American Political Science Review, 101(4), 709-725.FelipeJiaweiSidak
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510/16Peer effectsPaluck, E.L. Shepherd, H., & Aronow, P. (2016). Changing climates of conflict: A social network driven experiment in 56 schools. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Juan PabloJiawei
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Eckles, D., Kizilcec, R. F. & Bakshy, E. (2016) Estimating peer effects in networks with peer encouragement designs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.NejlaMaria
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710/30Spillovers and indirect effectsChristopher Blattman, Horacio Larreguy, Benjamin Marx, and Otis Reid (2019). Eat Widely, Vote Wisely? Lessons from a Campaign Against Vote Buying in Uganda. Typescript, Harvard University.MattNejlaJiawei
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Bidwell, Kelly, Katherine Casey, and Rachel Glennerster
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to Political Communication, forthcoming in Journal of Political Economy.
AaronMassimoMikdat
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811/6Interpretation with formal modelsAbhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Daniel Keniston, and Nina Singh 2019 The Efficient Deployment of Police Resources: Theory and New Evidence from a Randomized Drunk Driving Crackdown in IndiaMattFelipeMaria
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Chen, Y., & Yang, D. Y. (2018). The Impact of Media Censorship: 1984 or Brave New World? Forthcoming in American Economic Review.AaronMassimoJuan Pablo
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911/13Dynamic effectsGerber, A. S., J. G. Gimpel, D. P. Green, and D. R. Shaw (2011). How large and long-lasting are the persuasive effects of television campaign ads? Results from a randomized field experiment. American Political Science Review 105(1), 135–150.AaronNejlaMikdat
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Royer, H., Stehr, M., & Sydnor, J. (2015). Incentives, commitments, and habit formation in exercise: Evidence from a field experiment with workers at a Fortune-500 company. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 7(3), 51-84.Juan PabloJiaweiSidak
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1011/20Selective trials and preference trialsDe Benedictus-Kessner, J., Baum, M., Berinsky, A., & Yamamoto, T. (2019). Persuading the Enemy: Estimating the Persuasive Effects of Partisan Media with the Preference-Incorporating Choice and Assignment Design. forthcoming at American Political Science Review.AaronMassimoJuan Pablo
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Terence R. Johnson and Molly Lipscomb (2019) Pricing People into the Market: Targeting through Mechanism Design.MikdatMariaSidak
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11/27No class (Thanksgiving)
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