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3 Randomista’s win Nobel prize in economics

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...for using Randomized Control Trials to figure out which policies work and which do not.  Here are some blog posts on information from randomized control trials: Before going on a date, consult an economist Randomistas: fighting poverty with science What do physicians have in common with pilots? Book recommendation: Randomistas Below is a Ted Talk from one of the winners (I suspect that it would be profitable for business to run more randomized control trials, e.g., to estimate the effects of advertising campaigns. [embedded content]

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...for using Randomized Control Trials to figure out which policies work and which do not. 
Here are some blog posts on information from randomized control trials:


Below is a Ted Talk from one of the winners (I suspect that it would be profitable for business to run more randomized control trials, e.g., to estimate the effects of advertising campaigns.

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