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BROWN: How to Conduct a Replication Study – What Not To Do

[This post is based on a presentation by Annette Brown at the Workshop on Reproducibility and Integrity in Scientific Research, held at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, on October 26, 2018. It is cross-published on FHI 360’s R&E Search for Evidence blog]…

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BROWN: How to Conduct a Replication Study – Which Tests, Not Witch Hunts

[This post is based on a presentation by Annette Brown at the Workshop on Reproducibility and Integrity in Scientific Research, held at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, on October 26, 2018. It is cross-published on FHI 360’s R&E Search for…

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MAREN DUVENDACK: What are Registered Replication Reports?

Academia has been abuzz in recent years with new initiatives focusing on research transparency, replication and reproducibility of research. Notable in this regard are the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences, and the Reproducibility Initiative which PLOS and…

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3ie Wants You To Do a Replication for Them — And They’re Willing to Pay

[From 3ie — International Initiative for Impact Evaluation]: “3ie requests expressions of interest from researchers interested in conducting replication studies under 3ie’s Replication Window 4: Financial Services for the Poor…Funding is available to conduct internal replications of seven highly influential…

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BENJAMIN WOOD and ANNETTE BROWN: What 3ie Is Doing in the Replication Business

What’s the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) doing in the replication business? 3ie is mostly known in the development community as a funder of impact evaluations and systematic reviews. But our leadership always envisioned a role for replication research…

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B.D.MCCULLOUGH: The Reason so Few Replications Get Published Is….

When preparing to give a talk at a conference recently, I decided to update some information I had published a few years ago.  In McCullough (2009), I estimated that 16 economics journals had a mandatory data/code archive (archives that require…

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