Two Sessions on Replications at the ASSA Meetings in January
For those interested in replications who happen to be in Chicago in early January, you may find the following two sessions at the ASSA meetings to be of interest:
Session: REPLICATION AND ETHICS IN ECONOMICS: THIRTY YEARS AFTER DEWALD, THURSBY AND ANDERSON
— What is Meant by ‘Replication’ and Why Does It Encounter Such Resistance in Economics?
— Replication and Economics Journal Policies
— Replication versus Meta-Analysis in Economics: Where Do We Stand 30 Years After Dewald, Thursby and Anderson?
— Is Economics Research Replicable? Sixty Published Papers From Thirteen Journals Say “Usually Not”
NOTE: Rumour has it that Deward, Thursby and Anderson will all be there. To learn more, click here.
Session: REPLICATION IN MICROECONOMICS
— Assessing the Rate of Replication in Economics
— Replications in Development
— What is Replication? The Possibly Exemplary Example of Labor Economics
— A Proposal for Promoting Replications