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2020: A Summary of Artefactual Field Experiments on fieldexperiments.com: The Who's, What's, Where's, and When's

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Last year I put together a summary of data from my field experiments website that pertained to artefactual field experiments. Several people have asked me if I have and update. In this document I update all figures and numbers to show the details for 2020. I also include the description from the 2019 paper.

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  • John List, 2020. "2020: A Summary of Artefactual Field Experiments on fieldexperiments.com: The Who's, What's, Where's, and When's," Artefactual Field Experiments 00721, The Field Experiments Website.
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    2. John A. List, 2004. "Testing Neoclassical Competitive Theory in Multilateral Decentralized Markets," Journal of Political Economy, University of Chicago Press, vol. 112(5), pages 1131-1156, October.
    3. Omar Azfar & Clifford Zinnes, 2006. "Which incentives work? An experimental analysis of incentives for trainers," Natural Field Experiments 00209, The Field Experiments Website.
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