Human Capital Affects Religious Identity: Causal Evidence from Kenya

Promoting Reproducibility and Replicability in Political Science

Reproductions and replications at scale

In 2022, one of us (A.B.) founded the Institute for Replication (I4R) with the primary objective of making reproduction and replication commonplace in the social sciences. Our initial focus was on prominent economics and political science journals. As of December 2023, we have reproduced and replicated over 250 studies published in several leading outlets. Our approach to reproduction and replication is collaborative and fosters an enjoyable experience for replicators.

Money or Power? Choosing Covid-19 aid in Kenya

Development of the Longitudinal Study of Health and Ageing in Kenya (LOSHAK) 

Replication games: how to make reproducibility research more systematic

Survey of open science practices and attitudes in the social sciences

Long-Run Effects of Aid: Forecasts and Evidence from Sierra Leone

The Syrian Refugee Life Study: First Glance

The illusion of stable fertility preferences

End COVID-19 in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Reporting all results efficiently: A RARE proposal to open up the file drawer