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You think randomized controlled trials are great? Actually, they are even better than that-Guest post by Clement de Chaisemartin

My job market paper brings some good news to the impact evaluation community. First, it shows that causal inference in randomized controlled trials (RCTs) relies on weaker assumptions than was previously thought. Second, it shows that RCTs capture local treatment effects that are less local than we previously believed.