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Furthering the Practice of Replication in Economics
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Posts by replicationnetwork:
GOODMAN & REED: A Friendly Debate about Pre-Registration
Reproducibility in Registered Reports: Lots of Room for Improvement
Not Only That, Effect Sizes from Registered Reports Are Also Much Lower
Positive Findings are Drastically Lower in Registered Reports
Why So Many Insignificant Results in a Meta-analysis?
KIM & ROBINSON: The problem isn’t just the p-value, it’s also the point-null hypothesis!
Don’t Like the Author’s Conclusion? Read the Other One.
Another Economics Journal Pilots Pre-Results Review
Experts Are Not Know-It-Alls (Experimentally Speaking)
REED: EiR* – Heterogeneity in Two-Way Fixed Effects Models
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null hypothesis significance testing
Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences
Political Science Replications
Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
Lesson Learned from Registered Reports From Somebody Who Was There at the Beginning
Registering Your RCT with the AEA? There’s a DOI for That.
Pre-Registration: It’s a Journey
Anybody Else Ever Make a Mistake? Asking for a Friend.
Could Bayes Have Saved Us From the Replication Crisis?
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