There are many different ways to introduce randomization into a program. In this chapter we discuss how to decide which approach is best in a given context. We also cover the process and mechanics of randomization.
Rachel Glennerster and Shawn Powers's chapter from the The Oxford Handbook on Professional Economic Ethics
Who is the subject in a clustered randomized evaluation? Rachel Glennerster's presentation to the PRIM&R conference, held in November 2013.
Office of Family Assistance 2012 information memorandum The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 specified randomized evaluation as the preferred methodology of evaluating federal entitlement programs.