SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Allcott, Hunt. 2011. “Social Norms and Energy Conservation.” Journal of Public Economics 95(9–10): 108295.
  • Alpízar, Francisco, Fredrick Carlsson, and Olof Johansson-Stenman. 2008. “Anonymity, Reciprocity, and Conformity: Evidence from Voluntary Contributions to a National Park in Costa Rica.” Journal of Public Economics 92(5–6): 104762.
  • Andreoni, James, and Rachel Croson. 2008. “Partners versus Strangers: Random Rematching in Public Goods Experiments.” Handbook of Experimental Economics Results 1: 77683.
  • Arceneaux, Kevin, and David W. Nickerson. 2009. “Who Is Mobilized to Vote? A Re-Analysis of 11 Field Experiments.” American Journal of Political Science 53(1): 116.
  • Blasnik, Michael. 2010. “Reclink: Stata Module to Probabilistically Match Records.” http://ideas.repec.org/c/boc/bocode/s456876.html
  • Barmettler, Franziska, Ernst Fehr, and Christian Zehnder. 2012. “Big Experimenter Is Watching You! Anonymity and Prosocial Behavior in the Laboratory.” Games and Economic Behavior 75(1): 1734.
  • Bartels, Larry M. 2003. “Democracy with Attitudes.” In Electoral Democracy, ed. Michael Bruce MacKuen and George Rabinowitz. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 4882.
  • Beck, Paul Allen, Russell J. Dalton, Steven Greene, and Robert Huckfeldt. 2002. “The Social Calculus of Voting: Interpersonal, Media, and Organizational Influences on Presidential Choices.” American Political Science Review 96(1): 5773.
  • Benz, Matthias, and Stephan Meier. 2008. “Do People Behave in Experiments as in the Field? Evidence from Donations.” Experimental Economics 11(3): 26881.
  • Bolsen, Toby. 2013. “A Light Bulb Goes On: Invoking Norms in Appeals for Collective Action.” Political Behavior 35(1): 120.
  • Brehm, John, and Wendy Rahn. 1997. “Individual-Level Evidence for the Causes and Consequences of Social Capital.” American Journal of Political Science 41(3): 9991023.
  • Bruhn, Miriam, and David McKenzie. 2009. “In Pursuit of Balance: Randomization in Practice in Development Field Experiments.” American Economic Journal 1(4): 200232.
  • Campbell, Angus, Phillip E. Converse, Warren E. Miller, and Donald E. Stokes. 1960. The American Voter. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Carlin, Ryan E., and Gregory J. Love. 2013. “The Politics of Interpersonal Trust and Reciprocity: An Experimental Approach.” Political Behavior 35(1): 4363.
  • Carpenter, Jeffrey, and Erika Seki. 2011. “Do Social Preferences Increase Productivity? Field Experimental Evidence from Fishermen in Toyama Bay.” Economic Inquiry 49(2): 61230.
  • Chong, Dennis. 2000. Rational Lives: Norms and Values in Politics and Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Cialdini, Robert B. 2003. “Crafting Normative Messages to Protect the Environment.” Current Directions in Psychological Science 12(4): 1059.
    Direct Link:
  • Converse, Philip. 1964. “The Nature of Belief Systems in Mass Publics.” Critical Review 18(1–3): 174.
  • Costa, Dora, and Matthew Kahn. 2013. “Energy Conservation ‘Nudges’ and Environmentalist Ideology: Evidence from a Randomized Residential Electricity Field Experiment.” Journal of the European Economic Association 11(3): 680702.
  • Davenport, Tiffany C., Alan S. Gerber, Donald P. Green, Christopher W. Larimer, Christopher B. Mann, and Costas Panagopoulous. 2010. “The Enduring Effects of Social Pressure: Tracking Campaign Experiments over a Series of Elections.” Political Behavior 32(3): 42330.
  • Dawes, Christopher T., Peter J. Loewen, and James H. Fowler. 2011. “Social Preferences and Political Participation.” Journal of Politics 73(3): 84556.
  • Dawes, Robyn M., and Richard H. Thaler. 1988. “Anomalies: Cooperation.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 2(3): 18797.
  • de Oliveira, Angela C. M., Rachel T. A. Croson, and Catherine Eckel. 2011. “The Giving Type: Identifying Donors.” Journal of Public Economics 95(5–6): 42835.
  • Downs, Anthony. 1957. An Economic Theory of Democracy. New York: Harper.
  • Druckman, James N. 2004. “Political Preference Formation: Competition, Deliberation, and the (Ir)Relevance of Framing Effects.” American Political Science Review 98(4): 67186.
  • Druckman, James N., and Arthur Lupia. 2000. “Preference Formation.” Annual Review of Political Science 3(1): 124.
  • Dunlap, Riley E., and Aaron M. McCright. 2008. “A Widening Gap: Republican and Democratic Views on Climate Change.” Environment 50(5): 2635.
  • Edlin, Aaron, Andrew Gelman, and Noah Kaplan. 2007. “Voting as a Rational Choice: Why and How People Vote to Improve the Well-Being of Others.” Rationality and Society 19(3): 294314.
  • Fehr, Ernst, and Simon Gächter. 2000. “Cooperation and Punishment in Public Goods Experiments.” American Economic Review 90(4): 98094.
  • Ferraro, Paul J., and Juan Jose Miranda. 2013. “Heterogeneous Treatment Effects and Mechanisms in Information-Based Environmental Policies: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment.” Resource and Energy Economics 35: 35679.
  • Ferraro, Paul J., and Michael K. Price. 2013. “Using Non–Pecuniary Strategies to Influence Behavior: Evidence from a Large–Scale Field Experiment.” Review of Economics and Statistics 95(1): 6473.
  • Fischbacher, Urs, Simon Gächter, and Ernst Fehr. 2001. “Are People Conditionally Cooperative? Evidence from a Public Goods Experiment.” Economic Letters 71(3): 397404.
  • Fisher, Robert J., and David Ackerman. 1998. “The Effects of Recognition and Group Need on Volunteerism: A Social Norm Perspective.” Journal of Consumer Research 25(3): 26275.
  • Fowler, James H. 2006. “Altruism and Turnout.” Journal of Politics 68(3): 67483.
  • Fowler, James H., and Cindy D. Kam. 2007. “Beyond the Self: Social Identity, Altruism, and Political Participation.” Journal of Politics 69(3): 81327.
  • Frey, Bruno, and Stephen Meier. 2004. “Social Comparisons and Pro-Social Behavior: Testing ‘Conditional Cooperation’ in a Field Experiment.” American Economic Review 94: 47282.
  • Gächter, Simon, Daniele Nosenzo, and Martin Sefton. 2012. “Peer Effects in Pro-Social Behavior: Social Norms or Social Preferences?” IZA Discussion Paper No. 6345.
  • Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 2000a. “The Effects of Canvassing, Telephone Calls, and Direct Mail on Voter Turnout: A Field Experiment.” American Political Science Review 94(3): 65363.
  • Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 2000b. “The Effect of a Nonpartisan Get-Out-the-Vote Drive: An Experimental Study of Leafleting.” Journal of Politics 62(3): 84657.
    Direct Link:
  • Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 2004. Get Out the Vote! How to Increase Voter Turnout. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.
  • Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green. 2010. “Introduction to Social Pressure and Voting: New Experimental Evidence.” Political Behavior 32(3): 33136.
  • Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and Christopher W. Larimer. 2008. “Social Pressure and Voter Turnout: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment.” American Political Science Review 102(1): 3348.
  • Gerber, Alan S., Donald P. Green, and Christopher W. Larimer. 2010. “An Experiment Testing the Relative Effectiveness of Encouraging Voter Participation by Inducing Feelings of Pride or Shame.” Political Behavior 32(3): 40922.
  • Gerber, Alan, and Todd Rogers. 2009. “Descriptive Social Norms and Motivation to Vote: Everybody's Voting and So Should You.” Journal of Politics 71(1): 17891.
  • Green, Donald. 2011. “Harnessing Elemental Psychological Forces to Promote Voter Turnout.” Newsletter of the APSA Experimental Methods Section 2(2): 2.
  • Green, Donald P., and David W. Nickerson. 2003. “Getting Out the Vote in Local Elections: Results from Six Door-to-Door Canvassing Experiments.” Journal of Politics 65(4): 108396.
  • Gromet, Dena M., Howard Kunreuther, and Richard P. Larrick. Forthcoming. “Political Ideology Affects Energy-Efficient Attitudes and Choices.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  • Grossman, Guy. 2011. “Lab-in-the-Field Experiments.” News-letter of the APSA Experimental Section 2(2): 13.
  • Guber, Deborah Lynn. 2013. “A Cooling for Climate Change? Party Polarization and the Politics of Global Warming.” American Behavior Scientist 57(1): 93115.
  • Hamman, John R., Roberto A. Weber, and Jonathan Woon. 2011. “An Experimental Investigation of Electoral Delegation and the Provision of Public Goods.” American Journal of Political Science 55(4): 73852.
  • Huckfeldt, Robert, and John Sprague. 1992. “Political Parties and Electoral Mobilization: Political Structure, Social Structure, and the Party Canvass.” American Political Science Review 86(1): 7086.
  • Ikeda, Ken'ichi, and Sean E. Richey. 2005. “Japanese Network Capital: The Impact of Social Networks on Japanese Political Participation.” Political Behavior 27(3): 23960.
  • Imai, Kosuke, and Aaron Strauss. 2011. “Estimation of Heterogeneous Treatment Effects from Randomized Experiments, with Application to the Optimal Planning of the Get-Out-the-Vote Campaign.” Political Analysis 19(1): 119.
  • Jankowski, Richard. 2002. “Buying a Lottery Ticket to Help the Poor: Altruism, Civic Duty, and Self-Interest in the Decision to Vote.” Rationality and Society 14(1): 5577.
  • Jankowski, Richard. 2007. “Altruism and the Decision to Vote: Explaining and Testing High Voter Turnout.” Rationality and Society 19(10): 534.
  • Jerit, Jennifer, Jason Barabas, and Scott Clifford. 2013. “Comparing Contemporaneous Laboratory Field Experiments on Media Effects.” Public Opinion Quarterly 77(1): 25682.
  • Karlan, Dean S. 2005. “Using Experimental Economics to Measure Social Capital and Predict Financial Decisions.” American Economic Review 95(5): 168899.
  • Knack, Stephen. 1992. “Civic Norms, Social Sanctions, and Voter Turnout.” Rationality and Society 4(1): 13356.
  • Knack, Stephen, and Martha Kropf. 1998. “For Shame! The Effect of Community Cooperative Context on the Probability of Voting.” Political Psychology 19(3): 58599.
  • Kropf, Martha. 2009. “Won't You Be My Neighbor? Norms of Cooperation, Public Broadcasting, and the Collective Action Problem.” Social Science Quarterly 90(3): 53852.
  • Levitt, Steven, and John List. 2007. “What Do Laboratory Experiments Measuring Social Preferences Reveal about the Real World?Journal of Economic Perspectives 21(2): 15374.
  • McCright, Aaron, and Riley Dunlap. 2011. “The Politicalization of Climate Change and Polarization in the American Public's Views of Global Warming, 2001–2010.” Sociological Quarterly 52(2): 15594.
  • Michelson, Melissa R., Lisa Garcia Bedolla, and Margaret A. McConnell. 2009. “Heeding the Call: The Effect of Targeted Two-Round Phonebanks on Voter Turnout.” Journal of Politics 71(4): 154963.
  • Mueller, Dennis C. 1989. Public Choice II. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Nickerson, David. 2008. “Is Voting Contagious? Evidence from Two Field Experiments.” American Political Science Review 102(1): 4957.
  • Olson, Mancur. 1965. The Logic of Collective Action: Public Goods and the Theory of Groups. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Ostrom, Elinor. 2006. “The Value-Added of Laboratory Experiments for the Study of Institutions and Common-Pool Resources.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 61(2): 14963.
  • Pew Research Center. 2009. “Independents Take Center Stage in Obama Era: Trends in Political Values and Core Attitudes: 1987–2009.” May 21. http://www.people-press.org/2009/05/21/section-9-the-environment-and-the-economy/
  • Putnam, Robert D. 1966. “Political Attitudes and the Local Community.” American Political Science Review 60(3): 64054.
  • Rand, David G., Thomas Pfeiffer, Anna Dreber, Rachel W. Sheketoff, Nils C. Wernerfelt, and Yochai Benkler. 2009. “Dynamic Remodeling of In-Group Bias during the 2008 Presidential Election.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(15): 618791.
  • Riker, William, and Peter Ordeshook. 1968. “A Theory of the Calculus of Voting.” American Political Science Review 62(1): 2541.
  • Sandroni, Alvaro, and Timothy Fedderson. 2006. “A Theory of Participation in Elections.” American Economic Review 96(4): 127182.
  • Schultz, Wesley P. 1999. “Changing Behavior with Normative Feedback Interventions: A Field Experiment on Curbside Recycling.” Basic and Applied Social Psychology 21(1): 2536.
  • Shang, Jen, and Rachel Croson. 2009. “Field Experiments in Charitable Contribution: The Impact of Social Influence on the Voluntary Provision of Public Goods.” Economic Journal 119: 42934.
  • Thogersen, John. 2008. “Social Norms and Cooperation in Real-Life Social Dilemmas.” Journal of Economic Psychology 29(4): 45872.
  • Tversky, Amos, and Daniel Kahneman. 1981. “The Framing of Decisions and the Psychology of Choice.” Science 211(4481): 45358.
  • Voors, M. J., T. Turley, A. Kontoleon, E. H. Bulte, and J. List. 2012. “Exploring Whether Behavior in Context-Free Experiments Is Predictive of Behavior in the Field: Evidence from Lab and Field Experiments in Rural Sierra Leone.” Economic Letters 114(3): 30811.
  • Zaller, John. 1992. The Nature and Origins of Mass Opinion. New York: Cambridge University Press.