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<p>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. </p> <p>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 <a href="https://osf.io/pxdch/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/pxdch/</a>.</p> <p>To replicate the second portion (looking at the <em>American Economic Review</em> and <em>American Journal of Political Science</em> policy changes in detail), download the replication .zip file, and run <a href="http://Main.do" rel="nofollow">Main.do</a> in Stata after setting the directory.</p> <p>Gory details of the laborious data collection by numerous RAs (to whom we are very grateful) are in the GitHub repository, which is linked below.</p>
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