Randomization Inference With Natural Experiments : An Analysis of Ballot Effects in the 2003 California Recall Election

@inproceedings{DanielE2004RandomizationIW,
  title={Randomization Inference With Natural Experiments : An Analysis of Ballot Effects in the 2003 California Recall Election},
  author={HO DanielE. and Kosuke},
  year={2004}
}
  • HO DanielE., Kosuke
  • Published 2004
Since the 2000 U.S. Presidential election, social scientists have rediscovered a long tradition of research examining the effects of ballot format on voting. Using a new dataset collected by The New York Times, we investigate the causal effect of being listed on the first ballot page in the 2003 California gubernatorial recall election. California law mandates a unique randomization procedure of ballot order that, when appropriately modeled, can be used to approximate a classical randomized… CONTINUE READING

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