Category: NEWS & EVENTS


Calling All Replicators in Economics, Finance, and Management! Consider IREE as an Outlet for your Replication Studies!

FYI! The International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE) publishes reproductions and replication studies in economics and management. IREE is a young journal, started in 2017. Richard Easterlin and Jeffrey Wooldridge serve on the journal’s Advisory Board. It has…

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IN THE NEWS: Undark (November 20, 2019)

[Excerpts taken from the article “A Team Approach to Tackling the Psychology Replication Crisis” by Dalmeet Singh Chawla, published in Undark] “In 2008, psychologists proposed that when humans are shown an unfamiliar face, they judge it on two main dimensions:…

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If All the Neuroimaging Researchers Were Laid End to End, Would They Reach a Conclusion?

[Excerpts taken from the article “Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams” by Thomas Nichols, Russell Poldrack, Tom Schonberg and 194 others, posted at BioRXiv] “Data analysis workflows in many areas of science have become…

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Changes at the American Journal of Agricultural Economics

[Excerpts taken from the article “Editor’s Corner”, by Travis Lybbert, published in The Exchange, the newsletter of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association] “In my time as AJAE editor over the past four years, an interesting crisis for our profession –…

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A Must-Read on the Statistical Analysis of Replications

[Excerpts taken from the article, “The Statistics of Replication” by Larry Hedges, pubished in the journal Methodology] Background “Some treatments of replication have defined replication in terms of the conclusions obtained by studies (e.g., did both studies conclude that the…

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Pre-Analysis Plans in Economics and Political Science: Are They Working?

[Excerpts taken from the article, “Pre-analysis Plans: A Stocktaking” by George Ofosu and Daniel Posner, posted at George Ofosu’s website at the London School of Economics] “We draw a representative sample of PAPs and analyze their content to determine whether…

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Data Sharing: Good Research Practice? Or an Impediment to Science?

[Excerpts taken from the article “E.P.A. to Limit Science Used to Write Public Health Rules” by Lisa Friedman, published in the New York Times] “The Trump administration is preparing to significantly limit the scientific and medical research that the government…

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Data Sharing in Addiction Journals? Yeah, It’s Not Happening There

[Excerpts taken from the article “Data sharing practices in randomized trials of addiction interventions” by Matt Vassar, Sam Jellison, Hannah Wendelbo, and Cole Wayant, published in the journal Addictive Behaviors] “We conducted a 6 year cross-sectional investigation of the rates…

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Pre-registration: The Naysayers Strike Back!

[Excerpts taken from the preprint, “Preregistration is redundant, at best” by Aba Szollosi et al., posted at PsyArXiv Preprints] “The key implication argued by proponents of preregistration is that it improves the diagnosticity of statistical tests…In the strong version of…

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Journal-Based Replication

[Excerpts taken from the article “A Journal-Based Replication of ‘Being Chosen to Lead’” by Allen Drazen, Anna Dreber, Erkut Ozbay, and Erik Snowberg, posted at Snowberg’s website at the California Institute of Technology] “More replication seems needed, and there is…

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