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Most recently added replication studies
AIRLEAP Conference “An Urgency for Evidence and Transparency in Economic Analysis and Policy”, St Louis, USA, October 13th-14th will have a session on replication in empirical economics
The journal Energy Economics posted a call for contributions to a Special Issue on Replication in Energy Economics (in which it mentions the ReplicationWiki). Submission deadline is July 2017.
Replication Session at the American Economic Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, USA, January 6-8, 2017
Session on Replication during the Institute for New Economic Thinking Young Scholar Initiative Plenary Conference, Budapest, Hungary, October 19-22, 2016
3ie funding for replication of evaluations of financial service interventions for the poor: Deadline for submitting expressions of interest is 2 August 2016.
Article How to Make Psychology Studies More Reliable, Ed Yong, The Atlantic, March 31, 2016
Letter "A research symbiont", Benedikt Fecher, Gert G. Wagner, Science, 25 Mar 2016.
Article Evaluating replicability of laboratory experiments in economics, Science, 25 March 2016
Article The pipeline project: Pre-publication independent replications of a single laboratory's research pipeline, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, available online since 24 March 2016, in press
Article Are results in top journals to be trusted?, S.K., The Economist, Jan 21st 2016
Blog post Secret Data Encore by John Cochrane, January 5, 2016
Secret Data by John Cochrane, December 28, 2015
Replication and Transparency in Economic Research, INET blog post by Jan H. Höffler, December 3, 2015
Workshop on Replication and Transparency in Economic Research at Mozilla San Francisco, January 6-7, 2016, with the Young Scholars Initiative of the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Richard Ball of the project Teaching Integrity in Empirical Reseach, Johannes Pfeifer, Edward Miguel of the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences, Jan H. Höffler of the ReplicationWiki, and Thomas Herndon of the Public Debt and Growth replication debate, materials available here