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Replicating Experimental Impact Estimates With Nonexperimental Methods in the Context of Control-Group Noncompliance

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  • Brian Gill
  • Joshua Furgeson
  • Hanley Chiang
  • Bing-Ru Teh
  • Joshua Haimson
  • Natalya Verbitsky-Savitz

Abstract

A growing literature on within-study comparisons (WSC) examines whether and in what context nonexperimental methods can successfully replicate the results of randomized experiments.

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  • Brian Gill & Joshua Furgeson & Hanley Chiang & Bing-Ru Teh & Joshua Haimson & Natalya Verbitsky-Savitz, 2015. "Replicating Experimental Impact Estimates With Nonexperimental Methods in the Context of Control-Group Noncompliance," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 8482c7e80ad04f8490d29b8ce, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:8482c7e80ad04f8490d29b8ce3847ccb
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