Replication Studies

REPLICATION WIKI
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 PUBLISHED REPLICATION STUDIES
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3 Comments on “Replication Studies

  1. Dear replication network team, Maroš Servátka and I have just published an article in “Gender robustness of overconfidence and excess entry” which is a replication of the “Overconfidence and Excess Entry” article by Camerer and Lovallo (1999). We would appreciate if you could add our article to your list of replication studies.

    Danková, K., and Servátka, M. (2019). “Gender robustness of overconfidence and excess entry,” Journal of Economic Psychology, 72, 2019, 179-199.
    Download here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167487019300376?dgcid=author

    Thank you!

    Kind Regards,
    Katarina

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  2. Dear Replication Network,

    The Issue 4 of 2019 of The Journal of Development Effectiveness is dedicated to replication funded by 3ie:

    Here are the citations:

    Jesper Stage & Tharshini Thangavelu (2019). Savings revisited: a replication study of a savings intervention in Malawi. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 11(4), 313-326.

    Jean Pierre Meneses, Edgar Ventura, Oliver Elorreaga, Cesar Huaroto, Giovanna Aguilar & Edmundo Beteta (2019). Improving well-being through mobile money: a replication study in Niger. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 11(4), 327-341

    Nazila Alinaghi (2019). Mobile money, risk sharing, and transaction costs: a replication study of evidence from Kenya’s mobile money revolution. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 11(4), 342-359

    Akinwande A. Atanda (2019). Biometric Smartcards and payment disbursement: a replication study of building state capacity in India. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 11(4), 360-372.

    Stefan K. Lhachimi & Till Seuring (2019). Thou shalt be given… but how? A replication study and extended cost-effectiveness analysis of a randomized experiment on food assistance in Northern Ecuador. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 11(4), 373-390.

    Hongmei Wang & Jiangtao Luo (2019). The short-term impact of unconditional cash transfers: a replication study of a randomized controlled trial in Kenya. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 11(4), 391-408.

    Best,

    César Huaroto

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