PhD Toolkit on Transparent, Open, Reproducible Research

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  1. Michele Belot

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Description: This project is an effort to share with graduate students in Economics and Political and Social sciences at the European University Institute a toolkit with the main methods for transparent, open and reproducible research. The course gives an essential overview on ethical considerations in social science research; pre-registration methods and pre-analysis plans; data mining and p-hacking; meta-analysis; reproducible workflows and open research materials and replication. This event was funded by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) Catalyst Program. www.bitss.org

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