[Excerpts taken from the blog “What development economists talk about when they talk about reproducibility …” by Luiza Andrade, Guadalupe Bedoya, Benjamin Daniels, Maria Jones, and Florence Kondylis, published on the World Bank’s Development Impact blog] “Can another researcher reuse…Read More
[Excerpts taken from an announcement posted on the BITSS website] “‘Transparency, Reproducibility, and Credibility of Economics Research’” is a research symposium hosted collaboratively by the World Bank Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) group, BITSS, the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie),…Read More
[Excerpts taken from the blog “Improving research transparency through easier, faster access to studies in the AEA RCT Registry” by Keesler Welch and James Turitto, posted at the BITSS blogsite]. “J-PAL and the American Economic Association (AEA) have been working…Read More
[From the blog “Why researchers should publish their data” by Karl Rubio, posted at http://www.povertyactionlab.org%5D “There has been a growing research transparency movement within the social sciences to encourage broader data publication. In this blog post we share some background…Read More
[From the article “Pre-results review at the Journal of Development Economics: Taking transparency in the discipline to the next level” by Aleksandar Bogdanoski and Keesler Welch, published at the blogsite of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL)] “Earlier this…Read More
J-PAL has been awarded a three-year grant to promote Research Transparency and Reproducibility. One primary component of this grant is to facilitate the reproducibility of 36 studies through pre-publication reanalyses, a new attempt to conduct code replications of research before…Read More
[From the website of The Poverty Action Lab, Department of Economics at MIT] “The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) at MIT’s economics department announces a fellowship program offering financial support (tuition assistance of up to $12,000 and a…Read More
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