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The 2008 Presidential Primaries through the Lens of Prediction Markets Erik Snowberg, Caltech, Neil Malhotra RPEAVT Paper
The Irrelevance of Benford's Law for Detecting Fraud in Elections Joseph Deckert, University of Oregon, Mikhail Myagkov 03/09/2010 RPEAVT Paper
Partisan Bias in Evaluating U.S. Elections during the HAVA Decade: A Natural Experiment Shaun Bowler, University of California, Riverside 04/01/2011 RPEAVT Paper
Voter trust in the Netherlands between 2006 and 2010 Leontine Loeber, University of Leiden 08/01/2011 RPEAVT Paper
Detecting Fraud in America’s Gilded Age Gail Buttorff , University of Iowa 07/01/2008 RPEAVT Paper
I Will Register, if You Teach Me How: Results from Voter Registration Field Experiments on College Campuses David W. Nickerson, University Notre Dame, Elizabeth A. Bennion 01/01/2009 RPEAVT Paper
Making Outsiders' Votes Count: Detecting Electoral Fraud through a Natural Experiment Kentaro Fukumoto, Gakushuin University, Yusaku Horicuchi 02/26/2011 RPEAVT Paper
The Cites That Counted: A Decade of Bush v. Gore Jurisprudence Charles Anthony Smith, University of California - Irvine 04/16/2011 RPEAVT Paper
People Power or a One-Shot Deal? The Legacy of the Colored Revolutions Considered from a Collective Action Framework Joshua A. Tucker, New York University 11/01/2007 RPEAVT Paper
Ukraine 2010: Were Tymoshenko's Cries of Fraud Anything More than Smoke? Mikhail Myagkov, University of Oregon, Peter C. Ordeshook 03/01/2010 RPEAVT Paper