Featured Research Article:
Duvendack, M., Palmer-Jones, R.W. & Reed, W.R., 2015. Replications in Economics: A Progress Report, Econ Journal Watch, 12(2): 164-191.
Other Journal Articles and Books on the Practice of Replication:
– Anderson, S. F., & Maxwell, S. E., 2016. There’s More Than One Way to Conduct a Replication Study: Beyond Statistical Significance. Psychological Methods, 21(1), 1–12.
– Brown, A.N., Cameron, D.B., and Wood, B.D.K., 2014. Quality Evidence for Policymaking: I’ll Believe It When I See the Replication. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 6(3): 215-235. 
– Burman, L.E., Reed, W.R. & Alm, J., 2010. A Call for Replication Studies. Public Finance Review, 38(6):787–793.
– Camerer, C.F., Dreber, A., Forsell, E., Ho, T., Huber, J., Johannesson, M., …, Wu, H., 2016. Evaluating Replicability of Laboratory Experiments in Economics. Science, 351(6280): 1433-1436.
– Chang, A.C. & Li, P., 2015. Is Economics Research Replicable? Sixty Published Papers from Thirteen Journals Say “Usually Not”. Finance and Economics Discussion Series 2015-083. Washington: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
– Christensen, G.C. and Miguel, E., 2016. Transparency, Reproducibility, and the Credibility of Economics Research. NBER Working Paper No. 22989.
– Clemens, M.A., 2015. The Meaning of Failed Replications: A Review and Proposal. Journal of Economic Surveys, 0:1-17.
– Dewald, W.G., Thursby, J.G. & Anderson, R.G., 1986. Replication in Empirical Economics: the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking Project. American Economic Review, 76: 587-603.
– Feige, E. L., 1975. The Consequences of Journal Editorial Policies and a Suggestion for Revision. Journal of Political Economy, 83(6):1291-1296.
– Feigenbaum, S. & Levy, D.M., 1993. The market for (ir)reproducible econometrics. Social Epistemology, 7(3):215–232.
– Hamermesh, D.S., 2007. Replication in Economics. Canadian Journal of Economics, 40(3):715–733.
– Hubbard, R., 2016. Corrupt Research: The Case for Reconceptualizing Empirical Management and Social Science. Los Angeles: Sage.
– McCullough, B., McGeary, K.A. & Harrison, T.D., 2006. Lessons from the JMCB Archive. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 38:1093–1107.
– McCullough, B D., McGeary, Kerry A., and Harrison, Teresa D., 2008. Do Economics Journal Archives Promote Replicable Research?. Canadian Journal of Economics 41: 1406-1420.
– Miller, J. and Schwarz, W., 2011. Aggregate and Individual Replication Probability within an Explicit Model of the Research Process. Psychological Methods, 16(3): 337-360.
– Moonesinghe, R., Khoury, M.U., and Janssens, A.C.J.W. 2007.  Most published research findings are false – But a little replication goes a long way. Plos Medicine 4(2): e28.
– Morey, R.D. & Lakens, D. Why most psychology is statistically unfalsifiable. Working paper.
– National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2016. Statistical Challenges in Assessing and Fostering the Reproducibility of Scientific Results: Summary of a Workshop.  Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.  doi 10.17226/21915.
– Pesaran, H., 2003. Introducing a Replication Section. Journal of Applied Econometrics, 18(1):111.
– Simons, D.J., Holcombe, A.O.& Spellman, B.A., 2014. An Introduction to Registered Replication Reports at Perspectives on Psychological Science. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 9(5): 552-555.
– Simonsohn, U., 2015. Small Telescopes: Detectability and the Evaluation of Replication Results. Psychological Science, 26(5): 559–569.
– Vlaeminck, S. & Herrmann, L-K., 2015. Data Policies and Data Archives: A New Paradigm for Academic Publishing in Economic Sciences?
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  1. See this article

    Camerer, C. F., Dreber, A., Forsell, E., Ho, T. H., Huber, J., Johannesson, M., … & Heikensten, E. (2016). Evaluating replicability of laboratory experiments in economics. Science, aaf0918.


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