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Replication result

This page is a codebook for every replication.

Contents

Article

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes
first name family name, second author (first name family name), e.g.: Peter Fox, Marry Somers title of article[1] acronym of journal year of publication edition number page numbers JEL classification codes

Article information

Program code Data Readme Method(s) & estimation Data type Data used Origin of data used Software used (Version)
1 if code used for calculation is accessible online on journal website, 2 if available elsewhere, otherwise 0 1 if data sets used for calculation are accessible online on journal website, 2 if available elsewhere, otherwise 0 1 if a description online how to replicate the article on journal website, 2 if available elsewhere, otherwise 0 methods used in original article, e.g., OLS data types used, e.g., micro/macro, panel, cross section data used for analysis, e.g., German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP) 2011 geographically, e.g.: Peru software used for estimation, e.g., Stata (9.2)

space for more information, e.g., weblink to replication material

This article is a replication of[2]

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Replication type Replication result [refer to replication type 1 and 2] Raw data Call into question Authors statement
first name family name, second author (first name family name) title of replication (link to replication within the wiki, e.g. [[The Resource Drag (IEEP 2011)|The Resource Drag]]) acronym of journal year edition page numbers JEL classification codes 1=narrow sense (same data, same code)
2=wide sense (new data)
3=reproduction (new methods)
4=(new methods & data)
(more detailed information)
1=successful
2=failed (different results)
3=not replicable (no results)
4=partially successful
(more detailed information)
0=not available at all
1=somewhat available but insufficient to replicate final dataset
2=raw data can be used to replicate a dataset that is not substantially different from the final dataset used for the publication
3=final dataset can be exactly replicated from raw data
1=yes
0=no
2=partly
1=accepted results
0=rejected results
2=used new data/method and corrected error
3=authors support replication

References

  1. online source of original article or DOI
  2. In case more than one article is replicated, use "edit" rather than "edit with form" to add the code for further tables for each additional article like in these examples and add [[Category:Replication of more than one study]]




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