This is the codebook for household level data.
A codebook for CrowdTangle, a social media content discovery and analytics platform. The data describes aggregated interactions with Facebook and Instagram posts from public pages, public groups, or public people, including user reactions, shares, comments, and comparisons to a benchmark. Pages are included if they exceed 110k likes/followers, or if a user has added them previously to CrowdTangle.
Replication Data for: Revenue Source and Electoral Accountability: Experimental Evidence from Local U.S. PolicymakersAdam Dynes & Lucy Martin
These files replicate the analysis presented in the main paper and also provide a partial replication of the analyses presented in the supplementary, online appendix. The reason this is only a partial replication of those supplementary analyses is because the replication data sets exclude municipal-level variables. As part of our IRB application and consent process with the local officials surveyed, we promised to keep their identity confidential. To ensure confidentiality, we do not include any...
Stata do file to analyze data from 2012 American Municipal Officials Survey
Stata data set of variables from 2014 American Municipal Officials Survey
Stata data set of variables from 2012 American Municipal Officials Survey
Stata do file to analyze data from 2014 American Municipal Officials Survey
CSV file of variables from 2012 American Municipal Officials Survey
CSV file of variables from 2014 American Municipal Officials Survey
Data sheet with details for each included model.
This is a database of 6,641 variable from 507 policy diffusion models published between 1990 and 2018. All models are of policies adopted by the American states.
Articles included and excluded from the dataset. Excluded articles did not have event history analyses of policies adopted by U.S. states.
Code book for both data sheets
Data sheet that included information on each variable.
“Verifying the internal validity of a flagship RCT: A review of Crépon, Devoto, Duflo and Parienté”: A rejoinderBruno Crépon, Florencia Devoto, Esther Duflo & William Parienté
In a recent paper, Bédecarrats, Guerin, Morvan-Roux and Roubaud (2019) re- analyze the data from a randomized controlled trial of the impact of the program of Al Amana, a microcredit organization in Morocco, which we published in 2015 (Crépon, Devoto, Duflo, and Parienté, 2015). They make a number of strong claims about the validity of our approach, and the lack of robustness of our results to alternative assumptions. In this paper, we argue that their...