What’s in a name? A taxonomy of replication
William H.J. Hubbard and
International Review of Law and Economics, 2019, vol. 60, issue C
Everyone is talking about replication, but there is little or no agreement about what counts as a “replication,” let alone what words we should use to describe the varying types of replication studies. This comment provide a conceptual framework and an abbreviated taxonomy of replication studies.
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