Talk

Promoting Transparency in Social Science Research

Ted was invited to present at NYU's Development Research Institute in April, 2014. His talk focused on the recent progress toward research transparency in the social sciences and make the case for standards and practices that help realign scholarly incentives with scholarly values. 

Call for Better Social Science Research TransparencyScience Daily
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Science Authors Seek Better Social Science Research TransparencyUC Berkeley News Center
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Give Social Sciences Credibility by Demanding Research TransparencyScience 2.0
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Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchPublished PaperResearch Methodology2014
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Research Transparency is on the Rise in EconomicsPublished PaperResearch Methodology2020
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Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchUCLA, Royce HallMay 16, 2014
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Research Transparency and Reproducibility in Economics and BeyondCambridge, MassachusettsJuly 21, 2019
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Transparency, Reproducibility and the Credibility of Economics ResearchZeppelin University, GermanyOctober 13, 2017
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Transparency and Reproducibility in Economics ResearchBerkeley, CaliforniaApril 22, 2016
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Berkeley Institute for Transparency in the Social Sciences – Research Transparency ForumDavid Brower Center, Berkeley, CADecember 11, 2014
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Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchExperiments in Governance and Politics (EGAP) Meeting, UC BerkeleyApril 11, 2014
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An Open Discussion on Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchCEGA Blog / BITSS Blog
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