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Doing More When You're Running LATE: Applying Marginal Treatment Effect Methods to Examine Treatment Effect Heterogeneity in Experiments

Amanda E. Kowalski

NBER Working Paper No. 22363
Issued in June 2016

---- Acknowledgments ----

I thank Saumya Chatrath, Aigerim Kabdiyeva, Samuel Moy, and Ljubica Ristovska for excellent research assistance. Joseph Altonji, John Asker, Steve Berry, Christian Brinch, Lasse Brune, Pedro Carneiro, Raj Chetty, Mark Duggan, Caroline Hoxby, Liran Einav, Amy Finkelstein, Matthew Gentzkow, Jonathan Gruber, John Ham, Guido Imbens, Dean Karlan, Larry Katz, Jonathan Levin, Rebecca McKibbin, Sarah Miller, Magne Mogstad, Costas Meghir, Mark Rosenzweig, Joseph Shapiro, Orie Shelef, Ashley Swanson, Ed Vytlacil, David Wilson, and seminar participants at Academia Sinica, Berkeley, Princeton, Santa Clara, Singapore Management University, Stanford, Stanford GSB, Stockholm University, UC Davis, UCLA, USC, Yale, CHES, and the WEAI provided helpful comments. NSF CAREER Award 1350132 and the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) provided support. The views expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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