Samuel Bazzi

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Studies published by Samuel Bazzi.

Studies lacking replication:


Replicated studies:

  • Michael A. Clemens, Steven Radelet, Rikhil R. Bhavnani, Samuel Bazzi. Counting Chickens When They Hatch: Timing and the Effects of Aid on Growth (EJ 2012).
    JEL codes: . Methods: Instrumental variable (IV), Anderson–Hsiao estimator Software: Stata
    Data available (other site); Readme availability unknown; Code available (other site)
    Replication: Craig Burnside, David Dollar, Raghuram G. Rajan, Arvind Subramanian, Peter Boone, David Roodman. AER, REStat, EER, PFR 2000, 2008, 1996, 2015.
    JEL codes: E1, F35, O11, O19, O40, O23. Keywords: Foreign aid, Savings, Foreign assistance, Cross-country growth regressions, Replication, Aid, Developing countries, Performance, Aid and growth, Economic development, Development assistance, Private sector, Cross-sectional and panel data, Equation, Statistics, Outliers, Standard errors, Economic growth and aggregate productivity: general, Gender and development, Development economics & aid effectiveness, Economic theory & research, Environmental economics & policies, School health, Achieving shared growth, Governance indicators, Inequality
    Data: Available. Type: wide sense (new data). Result: different results. Call into question: yes. Replication authors statement: accepted results.

Replications:

  • Samuel Bazzi, Michael A. Clemens. Blunt Instruments: Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Identifying the Causes of Economic Growth (AEJ:MA 2013).
    JEL codes: C52, E23, F35, O41, O47. Methods: Monte Carlo, Instrumental variable (IV), Ordinary least squares (OLS), Fixed effects (FE), Generalized method of moments (GMM), Clustering Software: Stata, version 11
    Data available; Readme availability unknown; Code available
    Replicated study: Raghuram G. Rajan, Arvind Subramanian. REStat 2008.
    JEL codes: -. Keywords: Aid, Developing countries, Performance, Aid and growth, Economic development, Development assistance, Private sector, Cross-sectional and panel data, Equation, Statistics, Outliers, Standard errors, Economic growth and aggregate productivity: general
    Data: -. Type: -. Result: -. Call into question: -. Replication authors statement: -.
  • Michael A. Clemens, Steven Radelet, Rikhil R. Bhavnani, Samuel Bazzi. Counting Chickens When They Hatch: Timing and the Effects of Aid on Growth (EJ 2012).
    JEL codes: . Methods: Instrumental variable (IV), Anderson–Hsiao estimator Software: Stata
    Data available (other site); Readme availability unknown; Code available (other site)
    Replicated study: Craig Burnside, David Dollar, Raghuram G. Rajan, Arvind Subramanian, Peter Boone, David Roodman. AER, REStat, EER, PFR 2000, 2008, 1996, 2015.
    JEL codes: E1, F35, O11, O19, O40, O23. Keywords: Foreign aid, Savings, Foreign assistance, Cross-country growth regressions, Replication, Aid, Developing countries, Performance, Aid and growth, Economic development, Development assistance, Private sector, Cross-sectional and panel data, Equation, Statistics, Outliers, Standard errors, Economic growth and aggregate productivity: general, Gender and development, Development economics & aid effectiveness, Economic theory & research, Environmental economics & policies, School health, Achieving shared growth, Governance indicators, Inequality
    Data: Available. Type: wide sense (new data). Result: different results. Call into question: yes. Replication authors statement: accepted results.

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