VLAEMINCK: Replication Requires Data Depositories – Introducing EDaWaX

EDaWaX stands for European Data Watch Extended.  It recently introduced a new service, the “ZBW Journal Data Archive”, to assist journals in storing and managing published economic research.  This new service of the German National Library of Economics (ZBW) is…

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SVEN VLAEMINCK: Data Policies at Economics Journals: Theory and Practice

In economic sciences, empirically-based studies have become increasingly important: According to Hamermesh (2012), the number of contributions to journals in which authors utilized self-collected or externally produced datasets for statistical analyses have massively increased in the course of the last…

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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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