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Heterogeneity analysis of marginal effects in conjoint experiments

Conjoint experiments are fast becoming one of the dominant experimental methods within the social sciences. To date our methods of estimating effect heterogeneity within these designs is limited, despite clear benefits to researchers across a wide …

Mind and machine: rooting out corrupt politicians

Corruption is pervasive across the world, yet voters keep electing corrupt politicians. One common explanation in the literature is that voters elect corrupt politicians because they do not know they are corrupt. Yet, several studies that randomise …

Economic Preferences and the Local Coronavirus Pandemic

Early in the pandemic, individuals in numerous countries experienced quite different rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths dependent on where they lived. This within-country variation offers an opportunity to study how the intensity of a …