Political Influence Behind the Veil of Peer Review: An Analysis of Public Biomedical Research Funding in the U.S. (JL&E 2009)

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Article

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Keywords
Deepak Hegde Political Influence Behind the Veil of Peer Review: An Analysis of Public Biomedical Research Funding in the U.S. JL&E 2009 4 665–90 - -

Article information

Program code Data Readme Method(s) & estimation Data type Data used Origin of data used Software used (Version)
- - - - - two-year funding for each US organization receiving extramural funding of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) research fund, counts of Senate and House members on the appropriation committees (SAC and HAC) and Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies sub- committees (Senate LHHE and House LHHE) for the 98th to the 107th Congresses, 1983-2002 USA Stata

Replication of this study

Authors Title Journal Year Edition Pages JEL Codes Keywords Replication type Replication result [refer to replication type 1 and 2] Raw data Call into question Authors statement
Randall J. Hannum A Replication of ‘‘Political Influence behind the Veil of Peer Review’’ (Journal of Law and Economics 2009) PFR 2016 6 811-7 - NIH funding, Political influence, Panel data, Replication study 4 - (new methods & data) 2 - failed (different results) - 1 - yes 1 - rejected results

References

DOI: 10.1086/605565 IDEAS: a/ucp/jlawec/v52y2009i4p665-690.html EconPapers: RePEc:ucp:jlawec:v:52:y:2009:i:4:p:665-690


Reply: Deepak Hegde (2016), "Reply to “A Replication of ‘Political Influence Behind the Veil of Peer Review’ (Journal of Law and Economics 2009)”", Public Finance Review, November 2016(44): 818-820. DOI:10.1177/1091142115605376

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