The Research network on Economic Experiments for the Common Agricultural Policy (REECAP) is an EU-wide informal consortium with the aim to promote and foster economic experimental designs and behavioural analysis in the context of evaluating European agricultural policies. The network…Read More
In support of recent efforts by social scientists to address the ‘reproducibility crisis’, the Journal of Development Effectiveness (JDEff) recently devoted a special issue on replication research studies in its last issue of 2019. Most journals continue to favor new…Read More
[From the “Call for a special issue of the Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy”] “The Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy (JERP) has a commitment to publishing high-quality, replication research. Accordingly, we are making a call for a special issue…Read More
There is considerable concern among scholars that empirical papers face a drastically smaller chance of being published if the results looking to confirm an established theory turn out to be statistically insignificant. Such a publication bias can provide a wrong…Read More
The journal Economics: The Open Access, Open Assessment E-Journal is publishing a special issue on “The Practice of Replication.” This is how the journal describes it: “The last several years have seen increased interest in replications in economics. This was…Read More
The journal Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. As part of its anniversary relaunch, the journal is publishing a special issue on replications. “This special issue is designed to highlight alternative approaches to doing replications, while also…Read More
The journal Energy Economics announced it was putting on a special issue dedicated to replications. While all types of replications are invited, two types are of particular interest. First, replications of older research that has been widely cited or influential…Read More
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