The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative

  1. Jule Adriaans
  2. Dave Balzer
  3. Markus Baumann
  4. Julian Bernauer
  5. Katharina Blinzler
  6. Amie Bostic
  7. Zuzanna Brzozowska
  8. Katharina Burgdorf
  9. Anna Forke
  10. Tobias Gummer
  11. Andreas Hadjar
  12. Mikael Hjerm
  13. Sophia Hunger
  14. Nora Huth
  15. Jannes Jacobsen
  16. Julia Klinger
  17. Dafina Kurti
  18. Lea-Maria Löbel
  19. Nicole Martin
  20. Paul Martinez
  21. Louis Raes
  22. Guido Ropers
  23. Gergor Sand
  24. Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca
  25. Alexander Schmidt-Catran
  26. Jürgen Schupp
  27. Nadia Steiber
  28. Sebastian Sternberg
  29. Dieter Stiers
  30. Meta van der Linden
  31. Björn Zakula

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Description: Crowdsourced Research on Immigration and Social Policy Preferences

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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The Study Preprint "Executive Report" Abstract In an era of mass migration, social scientists, populist parties and social movements raise concerns over the future of immigration-destination societies. What impacts does this have on policy and social solidarity? Comparative cross-national research, relying mostly on secondary data, has findings in different directions. There is a threat of sel...


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  • How Reliable Are Replications? Measuring Routine Researcher Variability in Macro-Comparative Secondary Data Analyses

    Experimental Study to Measure Researcher Variability

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