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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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The AEA Interviews Ted Miguel About the Replication Crisis

[From the article “Making economics transparent and reproducible” by Tyler Smith, published on the American Economic Association’s website] “The AEA spoke with Miguel about the replication problem in economics and how the next generation of researchers is embracing new tools…

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Deadline Extended for BITSS Transparency and Reproducibility Workshop

The Berkeley Institute for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) is extending the application deadline for its Transparency and Reproducibility workshop to April 8th.  The workshop runs from June 8-10th and is taught by an impressive set scholars: Edward Miguel (Introduction); Tom…

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