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What Went Down at the World Bank’s “Transparency, Reproducibility, and Credibility” Research Symposium

[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…

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CALLING ALL ECONOMISTS! Come To Melbourne and Predict the Reproducibility of Social Science Research. Travel Grants Available.

The repliCATS Project is part of a monumental effort to estimate the replicability of 3,000 published social science research claims. Towards that end, it is sponsoring a one-day workshop in Melbourne, Australia on November 6th. Participants will work in small…

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Is It Pointless to Try and Predict Reproducibility?

[Excerpts taken from the blog “Responding to the replication crisis: reflections on Metascience2019” by Dorothy Bishop, published at her blogsite, BishopBlog] “I’m just back from MetaScience 2019…It is a sign of a successful meeting, I think, if it gets people…raising…

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Will You Be in Washington, D.C. on September 10th? Check This Out.

[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),…

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An Interview with Ted Miguel on “How To Do Open Science”

[Excerpts taken from the article “Ted Miguel in conversation on “Transparent and Reproducible Social Science Research: How to Do Open Science” by Isabelle Cohen and Hagit Caspi, posted at the website of the Economics Department, University of California, Berkeley] “Edward…

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Pre-Registration: It’s a Journey

[Excerpts taken from the preprint “Preregistration Is Hard, And Worthwhile” by Brian Nosek and others, posted at PsyArXiv Preprints] “Preregistration of studies serves at least three aims for improving the credibility and reproducibility of research findings.” “First, preregistration of analysis…

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How to Certify Reproducibility for Confidential Data. In France.

[From the article “Certify reproducibility with confidential data” by Christophe Pérignon, Kamel Gadouche, Christophe Hurlin, Roxane Silberman, and Eric Debonnel, published in Science] “Many government data, such as sensitive information on individuals’ taxes, income, employment, or health, are available only…

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Meta-Research: The Big Picture

[From the paper “Calibrating the scientific ecosystem through meta-research” by Tom Hardwicke, Stylianos Serghiou, Perrine Janiaud, Valentin Danchev, Sophia Crüwell, Steven Goodman, and John Ioannidis, forthcoming in Annual Review of Statistics and Its Application] “Meta-research has been defined as ‘the…

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Update from the AEA Data Editor on Replication and Reproducibility

[From the presentation slides on “Replication and Reproducibility in Social Sciences and Statistics: Context, Concerns, and Concrete Measures” by Lars Vilhuber, AEA Data Editor, presented at the 2019 Western Economics Association International meetings] NOTE: Just so there is no misunderstanding,…

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Reproducibility in Registered Reports: Lots of Room for Improvement

[From the paper, “Analysis of Open Data and Computational Reproducibility in Registered Reports in Psychology” by Pepijn Obels, Daniel Lakens, Nicholas Coles, & Jaroslav Gottfried, posted at PsyArXiv Preprints] “Recently, scholars have started to empirically examine the extent to which data…

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