This paper provides a detailed discussion of the theory and practice of modern regression discontinuity. It describes how regression discontinuity analysis can provide valid and reliable estimates of general causal effects and of the specific effects of a particular treatment on outcomes for particular persons or groups.
This paper provides practical guidance for researchers who are designing studies that randomize groups to measure the impacts of educational interventions.
New Directions in Evaluations of American Welfare-to-Work and Employment Initiatives
Methodological Lessons from an Evaluation of Accelerated Schools
The Effects of Program Management and Services, Economic Environment, and Client Characteristics
Planning for the Jobs-Plus Demonstration
Statistical Implications for the Evaluation of Education Programs