The repliCATS Project is part of a monumental effort to estimate the replicability of 3,000 published social science research claims. Towards that end, it is sponsoring a one-day workshop in Melbourne, Australia on November 6th. Participants will work in small groups of 5-6 to evaluate approximately a dozen social and behavioral research claims. Each group will have its own facilitator to guide them through a structured assessment protocol.
To help defray costs, travel grants of $400 USD will be made available to participants. In addition, those who wish to stay on and attend the following AIMOS conference (November 7-8) will have their registration costs waived.
The project is currently looking for economists to join its team of other social science researchers.
To learn more about the workshop and sign up, click here.