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Since replications in economics and management are rarely conducted, the main objective of the DFG-founded project was to development a data archive/data repository specifically for journals in economics and management. Data availability is the first condition for conducting replications.
Since 2017, the project EDaWaX became a regular service of ZBW for journals in economics and management. Now, the data repository may be used by editors of scholarly journals to manage the replication files of published empirical articles.
The ZBW Journal Data Archive is based on CKAN, an open source application. The use of the service is free of charge for journals in economics and management.

Impact Evaluation Replication Programme

Replication Project from the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation which aims to confirm the validity and robustness of evidence from the most influential, innovative, and controversial impact evaluations
Replication Window

Experimental Economics Replication Project

Prediction markets on influential studies. Replications conducted by research teams from four institutions internationally.


A research and innovation lab that seeks to improve development outcomes by making development finance data more accessible and actionable - and provides an overview of empirical studies on aid and their replication datasets

Macroeconomic Model Database

Archive of macroeconomic models based on a common computational platform that provides various tools for systematic model comparison. The project is headed by Volker Wieland, Professor of Monetary Economics at Goethe University Frankfurt. Macromodelbase.com

Open Economics Working Group

Wants "economics to be built on sound, transparent foundations, wherever possible. In particular, it is important that the data and associated analysis be openly available to all members of society". Therefore proposes the Open Economics Principles. openeconomics.net


Linking Research Data and Publications: Links between data and literature are created automatically and made available for seamless integration into different retrieval systems.

Open Agent Based Model Consortium

open abm: providing a collection of tutorials and FAQs on agent-based modeling, a model library intended to provide a locus for authors and modelers to share their models, and forums for modeling-related discussions and job postings.

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