Using Field Experiments to Address Environmental Externalities and Resource Scarcity: Major Lessons Learned and New Directions for Future Research
NBER Working Paper No. 20870
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This manuscript was prepared for a special issue of the Oxford Review of Economics and Policy on Field Experiments to Address Developed World Policy Issues. I thank the editors for their tremendous patience with this manuscript and Hunt Allcott for comments that greatly improved the quality of the manuscript. I thank collaborators on related projects – Alec Brandon, Paul Ferraro, David Herberich, Scott Holladay, Mark Jacobsen, Jacob LaRiviere, John List, Robert Metcalfe, David Novgorodsky, Steve Puller, and Marianne Wanamaker – and other colleagues including James Andreoni, Stefano DellaVigna, Michael Greenstone, Matthew Harding, Koichiro Ito, Katrina Jessoe, Matthew Kahn, David Rapson, Kerry Smith, and Catherine Wolfram for thoughtful discussions that have helped shaped the way that I think about the topics covered in this manuscript. The views expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.