J-PAL: Pre-Publication Re-Analysis Project

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Description: The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) is implementing a three year project to replicate the data analysis code (and in some cases, the data cleaning code) prior to publication for select studies run by members of its network of development researchers. The goal of this project is to increase to increase the reproducibility of high-impact studies published in top academic journals while reducing incentives for overturn bias occurring during a replication. For more details about this project, please see the wiki below. This project is generously supported by a joint grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, from July 2016 to June 2019.

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This wiki outlines J-PAL's project on pre-publication re-analysis. It provides further information about the project, our fellowships, and some findings from the three year project. Please see the pages listed below for additional information. About J-PAL Project Description Replication Process Overview Graduate Student Fellowships Acknowledging a Replication in Your Paper Learnings and Best Prac...

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