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REPORTING GUIDELINES FOR META‐ANALYSIS IN ECONOMICS

Tomas Havranek (), T. Stanley (), Chris Doucouliagos (), Pedro Bom, Jerome Geyer‐Klingeberg, Ichiro Iwasaki (), W. Reed (), Katja Rost and R. C. M. van Aert
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Jerome Geyer-Klingeberg

Journal of Economic Surveys, 2020, vol. 34, issue 3, 469-475

Abstract: Meta‐analysis has become the conventional approach to synthesizing the results of empirical economics research. To further improve the transparency and replicability of the reported results and to raise the quality of meta‐analyses, the Meta‐Analysis of Economics Research Network has updated the reporting guidelines that were published by this Journal in 2013. Future meta‐analyses in economics will be expected to follow these updated guidelines or give valid reasons why a meta‐analysis should deviate from them.

Date: 2020
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