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Replication in economics

Daniel S. Hamermesh

Replication in economics

by Daniel S. Hamermesh

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDaniel S. Hamermesh.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 13026, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 13026.
ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
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LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL16323204M
LC Control Number2007615174

  Assessing the Rate of Replication in Economics by James Berry, Lucas C. Coffman, Douglas Hanley, Rania Gihleb and Alistair J. Wilson. Published in volume , issue 5, pages of American Economic Review, May , Abstract: We assess the rate of replication for empirical papers in the Amer Cited by: Your Paper Your Way Starting with papers submitted March 1, , the review process for articles submitted to the Economics of Education Review will no longer be double blind. Authors are requested to include a title page with authors' names and affiliation. Reviewers will continue to be anonymous.

Replication Datasets. AidData has assembled a collection of replication datasets associated with scholarly research on aid allocation and aid effectiveness. Whenever possible, there is a link to the computer code that is necessary to replicate the results reported in a particular publication. of replication.1 Yet the extent to which replications occur within economics is uncertain. In this paper, I calculate the replication rate for papers in the eld of development economics published since the year in one of the top 5 or next 5 2 general interest economics journals,File Size: KB.

The One-Percent across Two Centuries: A Replication of Thomas Piketty’s Data on the Distribution of Wealth for the United States Richard Sutch Edward A. Dickson Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Economics University of California Riverside and NBER @ed by: 7. Journal of Financial Economics Replication Policy; We expect authors to cooperate by providing code if a controversy arises where “replicating authors” cannot replicate the published work and the results of the replication attempt make the conclusions of the published paper invalid.


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The nine chapters in this volume address approaches to the replication of research in experimental economics and the issues involved. Economists from the US and Europe describe their direct replication attempts, including the replication of a sequence of four public goods experiments on sanctions, positive and negative framing, confusion, and MPCR (marginal per capita return) and group size Author: Cary A.

Deck, Enrique Fatas, Tanya Rosenblat. Time Series Econometrics: Learning Through Replication (Springer Texts in Business and Economics) - Kindle edition by Levendis, John D.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Time Series Econometrics: Learning Through Replication (Springer Texts in Business and Economics).5/5(4).

Data and replication files [Zipped Folder] Notes: See the paper for details of the data and their sources "Globalization, Inequality and Welfare" (with Alonso de Gortari and Oleg Itskhoki) Journal of International Economics Data and replication files [Zipped Folder] Notes: See the paper for details of the data and their sources.

This website serves as a channel of communication to (i) update scholars about the state of replications in economics, and (ii) establish a network for the sharing of information and ideas.

The goal is to encourage economists and their journals to publish replications. We welcome you to join THE REPLICATION NETWORK and contribute to its content. In this book, the authors reject the theorem-proof approach as much as possible, and emphasize the practical application of econometrics.

Readers learn about structural breaks by replicating papers by Perron, Zivot and Andrews. Students and practitioners will find the book useful.

The recent “replication crisis” in the social sciences has led to increased attention on what statistically significant results entail. There are many reasons for why false positive results may be published in the scientific literature, such as low statistical power and “researcher degrees of freedom” in the analysis (where researchers when testing a hypothesis more or Replication in economics book actively Cited by: 1.

The AEA is providing open access to all journal content on the AEA website through August to overcome any difficulties some may have accessing library subscriptions during these challenging times.

Replication in Economics Daniel S. Hamermesh. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in April NBER Program(s):Labor Studies This examination of the role and potential for replication in economics points out the paucity of both pure replication -- checking on others' published papers using their data -- and scientific replication -- using data representing different populations in one's own.

Get this from a library. Replication in economics. [Daniel S Hamermesh; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- This examination of the role and potential for replication in economics points out the paucity of both pure replication -- checking on others' published papers using their data -- and scientific.

Eric Neumayer, LSE, Department of Geography and Environment, [email protected] Important note: If you use the data provided here for your own research, please provide full and correct citation to the article of mine where you have the data from.

You need to open the data in STATA and then run the do-file. To be successful you may have to increase memory allocated to STATA and matsize. John Ioannidis of Stanford University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about his research on the reliability of published research findings.

They discuss Ioannidis’s recent study on bias in economics research, meta-analysis, the challenge of small sample analysis, and the reliability of statistical significance as a measure of success in empirical research. Replication in Economics This examination of the role and potential for replication in economics points out the paucity of both pure replication – checking on others' published papers using their data – and scientific replication – using data representing different populations in one's own work or in a Comment.

Data and replication files are available in zip file Description: The data file includes country-level data on the approximate date of first settlement by modern humans. Olsson, O. () “On the Democratic Legacy of Colonialism” () Journal of Comparative Economics 37(4), The reason there is no such thing as decreasing returns to scale was explained well by Tjalling Koopmans in his book Three Essays on the State of Economic Science.

The argument is the replication argument: if all factors are duplicated, then an identical copy of the production process can be set up and output will be doubled.

It might be. 1 Replication Exercise ECOE Due in Hardcopy, Friday, Apby Noon Bill Evans Spring Inthe Journal of Money Credit and Banking (JMCB) adopted a policy that required authors to provide data and computer programs upon request to researchers.

With experimental economics now regarded as part of the basic tool-kit for applied economics, this book demonstrates how controlled experiments can be a useful in providing evidence relevant to. Economics. 1 - 20 of results. Grid View Grid.

List View List. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book. Quickview. Good Economics for Hard Times. by Abhijit V This book is the compelling story of President Obama’s domestic policy decisions made between September.

The Journal of Development Economics’ Replication Policy. The Journal of Development Economics will in general publish papers only if the data used in the analysis are clearly and precisely documented and are readily available to any researcher for purposes of replication.

I am sharing data and replication files I wrote for an article published in by John V. Winters titled, “Is economics a good major for future lawyers?Evidence from earnings data,” here on my replication files are at the bottom of this page. We investigate how often replication studies are published in empirical economics and what types of journal articles are eventually replicated.

We find that from to % of publications in the Top 50 economics journals were replications. We take into account the results of replication (negating or reinforcing) and the extent of replication: narrow replication studies are typically.

The paper starts with an interesting history of replication in economics. It turns out that replication goes pretty far back. Duvendack and co. cite the introductory editorial to Econometrica, where Frisch wrote “In statistical and other numerical work presented in Econometrica the original raw data will, as a rule, be published, unless their.This book is the outcome of the seminar entitled A Year Perspective on Replication, which was held at Monte Verità, Ascona, Switzerland, in November The book is organized in 13 self-contained chapters written by most of the people who have contributed to developing state-of .Get this from a library!

Time series econometrics: learning through replication. [John D Levendis] -- In this book, the authors reject the theorem-proof approach as much as possible, and emphasize the practical application of econometrics.

They show with examples how to calculate and interpret the.