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Beyond baseline and follow-up : the case for more t in experiments (English)

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The vast majority of randomized experiments in economics rely on a single baseline and single follow-up survey. If multiple follow-ups are conducted, the reason is typically to examine the trajectory of impact effects, so that in effect only one follow-up... See More +

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