In the literature
The following studies cited the ReplicationWiki
a) as a website or
b) versions of the article ReplicationWiki - Improving Transparency in the Social Sciences, D-Lib Magazine, March/April 2017, Volume 23, Number 3/4, that describes it or previous working papers on "Teaching Replication in Quantitative Empirical Economics" (mimeo presented at the Econometric Society European Meeting, August 2014, World Economics Association, May 2013, French Economic Association, June 2014, Austrian Economic Association, June 2015, American Economic Association, January 2016) by Jan H. Höffler:
- Henderson, Margaret E. (2016), "Data Management: A Practical Guide for Librarians", Rowman & Littlefield, p. 163.
- Frank Mueller-Langer, Benedikt Fecher, Dietmar Harhoff, Gert G. Wagner (2017), "The Economics of Replication", Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 17-03.
- Sukhtankar, Sandip (forthcoming), Replications in Development Economics, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings.
- Duvendack, Maren, Richard Palmer-Jones, and W. Robert Reed (forthcoming), "What is Meant by ‘Replication’ and Why Does It Encounter Resistance in Economics?", American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings.
- Yom, Sean (2016), "Comparative Politics and Area Specialization: The Hidden Costs of Analytic Transparency", Chinese Political Science Review, 1(3), 489–505.
- Zeiler, Kathryn (2016), "The Future of Empirical Legal Scholarship: Where Might We Go from Here?", Journal of Legal Education, 66(1), 78–99.
- De Jesús Romo, Verónica (2016), "¿Ciencia económica o el arte de hacer economía? Metodología científica y replicaciones en economía", Investigación Económica 75:296, 73–110.
- Mayer, Thomas (2016), "Honesty and Integrity in Econometrics" in: Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics, edited by George DeMartino and Deirdre McCloskey, pp. 329-51.
- Reinhart, Martin (2016), "Reproducibility in the Social Sciences", in: Reproducibility: Principles, Problems, Practices, and Prospects, edited by Harald Atmanspacher, Sabine Maasen, New York: Wiley, pp. 407-24.
- Yalçıntaş, Altuğ (2016), "Intellectual Path Dependence in Economics: Why Economists Do Not Reject Refuted Theories", Routledge, p. 68.
- Carroll, Christopher D., and Nathan M. Palmer (2015), "The Heterogeneous-Agent Computational toolKit: An Extensible Framework for Solving and Estimating Heterogeneous-Agent Models", mimeo presented at the 21st International Conference: Computing in Economics and Finance, 20-22 June, Howard Civil Service International House Taipei, Taiwan.
- Chang, Andrew, Philipp Li (forthcoming), “Is Economics Research Replicable? Sixty Published Papers From Thirteen Journals Say “Usually Not””, American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings.
- Janz, Nicole (2016), “Bringing the Gold Standard into the Classroom: Replication in University Teaching”, International Studies Perspectives, 17(4), 392-407.
- Yalçıntaş, Altuğ & Işıl Şirin Selçuk (2016), "Research Ethics Education in Economics", Review of Social Economy, 74(1), 53-74.
- Zimmermann, Christian (2015), "On the need for a replication journal", Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Paper.
- Duvendack, Maren, Richard W. Palmer-Jones, and W. Robert Reed (2015), "Replications in Economics: A Progress Report", Econ Journal Watch, 12(2), 164–191.