Handbooks of Research Methods and Applications series
Edited by Frederic S. Lee and Bruce Cronin
Chapter 8: Experimental methods and data
This chapter explores how heterodox economists might deploy experimental methods. It considers the basic form of the pure experiment and notes some key challenges to it. It then goes on to discuss alternative experimental designs, which are responses to the challenges of the pure experiment. The chapter then considers statistical analysis of experimental data.
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