Data Sharing and Citations: Causal Evidence

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Description: This project attempts to estimate the causal effect of data-sharing on citations. There is a fair amount of evidence that published academic papers that make their data publicly available have, on average, a higher number of citations, but ours is the first evidence that attempts to address the causal nature of this relationship.


This OSF project attempts to estimate the causal effect of data-sharing on citations, as in the paper "Does Data Sharing Increase Citations?" by Garret Christensen, Allan Dafoe, Edward Miguel, Don A. Moore, and Andrew K. Rose. This project was created by Christensen, Dafoe, and Miguel, and contains materials for their portion of the paper. Moore and Rose's materials are available at https://osf....


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