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  • Publication Bias and Editorial Statement on Negative Findings | Registered: 2016-11-29 14:52 UTC

    The introduction of confidence at 95 percent or 90 percent has led the academic community to accept more easily starry stories with marginally signifi...

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  • Investigation of Data Sharing Attitudes in the Context of a Meta-Analysis | Registered: 2017-03-29 13:28 UTC


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  • Data Sharing and Citations: Causal Evidence | Registered: 2015-04-03 20:04 UTC

    This project attempts to estimate the causal effect of data-sharing on citations. There is a fair amount of evidence that published academic papers th...

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  • New statistical metrics for multisite replication projects

    [Slide talk of this material: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhexCDRKKW4] Increasing interest in replicability in the social sciences has engendered...

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  • How Transparency and Reproducibility Can Increase Credibility in Policy Analysis: A Case Study of the Minimum Wage Policy Estimate

    The analysis of public policies, even when performed by the best non-partisan agencies, often lacks credibility (Manski, 2013). This allows policy mak...

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