Category: NEWS & EVENTS


META-SCIENCE GATHERING: November 16-18, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Interested in discussing how to improve scientific practice? Join us at UCMeta’s second Meta-Science Colloquium! The colloquium will take place on Wednesday 16th – Friday 18th of November on the campus of the University of Canterbury (Meremere Building, Room 236)….

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INVITATION: Join the Many-Economists Project!

This is an invitation to join a project that aims to improve the quality of research in applied microeconomics by examining the choices that researchers make. We are hoping to recruit up to 200 participants. Full participants in this project…

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ATTENTION REPLICATORS: CALL FOR PAPER PROPOSALS (an I4R collaborative initiative)

Replication is one key to ensuring the credibility of and confidence in research findings. Yet replication papers are rare in political science and related fields. Research & Politics welcomes replications as regular submissions and is happy to announce a call…

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Be a Part of the Next Big Thing! Join the Multi100 Project

The Multi100 project is a crowdsourced empirical project aiming to estimate how robust published results and conclusions in social and behavioral sciences are to analysts’ analytical choices. The project will involve more than 200 researchers. The Center for Open Science…

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REPLICATION: Losing is NOT the Key to Winning

[Excerpts are taken from the article “Does Losing Lead to Winning? An Empirical Analysis for Four Sports” by Bouke Klein Teeselink, Martijn J. van den Assem, and Dennie van Dolder, forthcoming in Management Science.] “In an influential paper, Berger and…

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Results from the “Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology”

[Excerpts are taken from the article “Investigating the replicability of preclinical cancer biology” by Errington et al., published in eLife.] “Large-scale replication studies in the social and behavioral sciences provide evidence of replicability challenges (Camerer et al., 2016; Camerer et…

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Want to Be In on the Final Stage of the SCORE Project? A Call for Collaborators from COS

The SCORE project is entering its final phase of conducting reproductions (repeating the original analysis with original data) and replications (testing the same claim with new data) on a stratified random sample of claims from papers across the social-behavioral sciences….

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Et tu, Finance?

[Excerpts are taken from the article “The hidden ‘replication crisis’ of finance”, by Robin Wigglesworth, published at Financial Times online.] “It may sound like a low-budget Blade Runner rip-off, but over the past decade the scientific world has been gripped…

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IREE Scores a Top Score in TOP Factor

The International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE) is the only journal in economics solely dedicated to publishing replications. Recently, IREE was evaluated by TOP Factor. TOP Factor is an initiative launched by the Center for Open Science to…

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