Latest from the blog | 3.26.2015 | How can we improve the accuracy with which evidence and statistics are reported?
The Well Column of The New York Times recently suggested that too much exercise could be bad for your health based on the results of a study, the flaws of which Justin Wolfers eloquently explained in a subsequent issue of the Times. … read more
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Review on World Bank Blog
Markus Goldstein reviews Running Randomized Evaluations on the World Bank's Development Impact blog in a post titled, "The impact evaluation primer you have been waiting for?" Read the full review here.
News + Events:
How do you take a body of rigorous research and draw general lessons that can be applied in different contexts? Rachel Glennerster will discuss this on March 28, 2015 at the 21st Annual International Development Conference at Harvard University. Details and registration here.
Analysis Exercise and Data
New lecture notes for Module 4.3 and a handbook chapter on the ethics of randomization have been posted on the Resources page.