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Title of the article*:
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Author(s)*:
separated with commas, e.g. Jane Smith, Paul Miller
Acronym of journal*:
If you cannot find the journal in the list choose a new acronym.
Year*:
Issue:
Volume only if there is more than one per year for this journal.
Pages:
JEL Codes (comma separated):
Keywords: (comma separated, each starting with a capital letter)
Program code: 1 if code used for calculation is accessible on journal website, 2 if online elsewhere, otherwise 0
Data: 1 if data sets used for calculation are accessible on journal website, 2 if online elsewhere, otherwise 0
Readme: 1 if a description how to replicate the article on journal website, 2 if online elsewhere, otherwise 0
Method(s) & estimation:
Data type:
Data used:
Geographic origin of data used:
Software used (Version):
You can select from the drop down menu and/or type freetext.
If more than one, separate with commas.
Replication of this study:
Title*:
Replication authors*:
separated with commas, e.g. Jane Smith, Paul Miller
Acronym of journal*:
If you cannot find the journal in the list choose a new acronym.
Year*:
Issue:
Volume only if there is more than one per year for this journal.
Pages:
JEL Codes (comma separated):
Keywords (comma separated, each one starting with a capital letter):
Replication type: 1=narrow sense 2=wide sense (new data) 3=reproduction (new methods) 4=(new methods & data)
Replication result: 1=successful 2=failed (different results) 3=not replicable (no results) 4=partially successful
Raw data: 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
Call into question: 1=yes 0=no 2=partly
Authors statement: 0=accepted results 1=rejected results 2=used new data/method and corrected error 3=authors support replication
DOI:
Link to IDEAS: part after http://ideas.repec.org/
handle for EconPapers: part of link after http://EconPapers.repec.org/

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