A note on replication analysis
International Review of Law and Economics, 2019, vol. 59, issue C, 98-102
This short note surveys the cornerstones of the current literature on replication analysis. Researcher discretion is surprisingly large, regarding both choice of which question to ask and choice of which methods to employ. Therefore, I conclude, transparency in exercising said researcher discretion is important when assessing how replication results relate to original results.
Keywords: Experimental law and economics; Replication; Replication analysis; Frequentist statistics; Bayesian model comparison (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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