Talk

Research Transparency and Reproducibility in Economics and Beyond

As part of the NBER Summer Institute Methods Lecture series, Ted discusses issues of research transparency and reproducibility in economics and other social science research fields. He draws on his book Transparent and Reproducible Social Science Research (joint with Garret Christensen and Jeremy Freese) and the latest research on publication bias, replication, pre-registration and pre-analysis plans, and trends in the adoption of open science practices across fields. (View video at: https://vimeo.com/352037502)

Reshaping Institutions: Evidence on Aid Impacts Using a Pre-analysis Plan (UC Berkeley)Berkeley, CA, USAApril 27, 2012
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Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchNew York University, Development Research InstituteApril 4, 2014
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Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchEconomics Department, UC BerkeleyApril 9, 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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Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchUCLA, Royce HallMay 16, 2014
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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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Berkeley Institute for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) Summer Institute 2015UC BerkeleyJune 10, 2015
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Transparency and Reproducibility in Economics ResearchStanford UniversityMay 16, 2016
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Transparency and Reproducibility in Economics ResearchBerkeley, CaliforniaApril 22, 2016
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Transparency, Reproducibility and the Credibility of Economics ResearchZeppelin University, GermanyOctober 13, 2017
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Innovations in Open Science in EconomicsStanford UniversitySeptember 6, 2019
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Pre-results Review at the Journal of Development Economics: Lessons learned so farWorld Bank Development Impact Blog
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Reshaping Institutions: Evidence on Aid Impacts Using a Preanalysis PlanPublished PaperAfrican DevelopmentPolitical Economy and ConflictResearch Methodology2012
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Promoting Transparency in Social Science ResearchPublished PaperResearch Methodology2014
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Promoting an Open Research CulturePublished PaperResearch Methodology2015
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Pre-results Review at the Journal of Development Economics: Lessons LearnedWorking PaperResearch Methodology2019
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Research Transparency is on the Rise in EconomicsPublished PaperResearch Methodology2020
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A study of the impact of data sharing on article citations using journal policies as a natural experimentPublished PaperResearch Methodology2019
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Transparency, Reproducibility, and the Credibility of Economics ResearchPublished PaperOtherResearch Methodology2018
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Call for Better Social Science Research TransparencyScience Codex
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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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La Economía Tiene Serios Problemas de Rigor CientíficoBiología y Actualidad
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La Economía Tiene Problemas de Rigor CientíficoEtorno Inteligente
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Errors, Inexact Standards Cited in ResearchSFGate
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January 3 "Science" Magazine Featured: Calls for Transparency in the Social SciencesScienceNet
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Improving Economic Researchaskblog
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Why Economics is Having a Replication CrisisBloomberg
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Meta-analyses were supposed to end scientific debates. Often, they only cause more controversyScience
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Making economics transparent and reproducibleAmerican Economic Association
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Call for Better Social Science Research TransparencyScience Daily
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Transparent and Reproducible Social Science Research
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