A Journal-Based Replication of “Being Chosen to Lead”
Allan Drazen (),
Anna Dreber (),
Erkut Ozbay () and
No 26444, NBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc
Recent large-scale replications of social science experiments provide important information on the reliability of experimental research. Unfortunately, there exist no mechanisms to ensure replications are done. We propose such a mechanism: journal-based replication, in which the publishing journal contracts for a replication between acceptance and publication. We discuss what we learned from a proof-of-concept journal-based replication at the Journal of Public Economics. Our experience indicates that journal-based replication would be relatively straightforward to implement for laboratory experiments.
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