Learning from the experiments that didn’t happen: Part I | News, views, methods, and insights from the world of impact evaluation

There is ongoing discussion about the need for a trial registry to ensure that all studies that are undertaken end up being reported on. Most of the attempted studies we will discuss here would not have even made it to the trial registry stage, but we think there are still important lessons to be learned from discussing the attempts. A new working paper provides more details.

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