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Below are the studies lacking replication with geographical origin of data Egypt.


Below are the replicated studies with geographical origin of data Egypt.

  • Richard A. Easterlin. Does Economic Growth Improve the Human Lot? Some Empirical Evidence (Academic Press 1974).
    JEL codes: . Methods: Time series analysis Software:
    Data unavailable; Readme availability unknown; Code unavailable
    Replication: Richard A. Easterlin, Michael R. Hagerty, Ruut Veenhoven, Betsey Stevenson, Justin Wolfers, Ronald Inglehart, Roberto Foa, Christopher Peterson, Christian Welzel, Laura Angelescu McVey, Malgorzata Switek, Onnicha Sawangfa, Jacqueline Smith Zweig. BPEA, PPS, PNAS, Social Indicators Research 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010.
    JEL codes: D6, I3, J1, I31, O10, O5, D60. Keywords:
    Data: Available. Type: -. Result: -. Call into question: partly. Replication authors statement: authors support replication.

Below are the replications with geographical origin of data Egypt.


Studies with the keyword Egypt:

studies lacking replication:


replicated studies:

  • Emily Oster. Hepatitis B and the Case of the Missing Women (JPE 2005).
    JEL codes: D1, I1, J11, J13, J71. Methods: Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) Software: Stata
    Data available; Readme availability unknown; Code available
    Replicated study: Emily Oster, Gang Chen, Xinsen Yu, Wenyao Lin, Amar Hamoudi, Ming-Jen Lin, Ming-Ching Luoh, Monica Das Gupta. EL, EDCC, AER, PDR 2010, 2008, 2006.
    JEL codes: J13, J16, I12. Keywords: Hepatitis B, China, Missing women
    Data: -. Type: new methods & data. Result: -. Call into question: yes. Replication authors statement: -.

replications:

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