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Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy Announces a Special Replication Issue

[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…

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WEICHENRIEDER: FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis Wants Your Insignificant Results!

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…

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Economics E-Journal is Looking for a Few Good Replicators

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…

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Special Issue Calls for Papers on Replication

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…

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Energy Economics Announces a Special Replications Issue

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…

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