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- zqjr9: P-uniform*
- Robbie Cornelis Maria van Aert and Marcel A. L. M. van Assen
- xwngs: Selective publication of findings: Why does it matter, and what should we do about it?
- Maximilian Kasy
- xq9nt: Publication Bias and Editorial Statement on Negative Findings
- Abel Brodeur and Blanco-Perez, Cristina
- u4g6t: What is replication?
- Brian A. Nosek and Timothy M. Errington
- svzyc: Will knowledge about more efficient study designs increase the willingness to pre-register?
- Daniel Lakens
- s42ba: Achieving Statistical Significance with Covariates and without Transparency
- Gabriel Lenz and Alexander Sahn
- ryvud: Open Science & Development Engineering: Evidence to Inform Improved Replication Models
- Sebastian Galiani, Paul Gertler and Mauricio Romero
- qemkz: Improving transparency in observational social science research: A pre-analysis plan approach
- Fiona Burlig
- mjvt5: Meta-Analysis of Present-Bias Estimation using Convex Time Budgets
- Taisuke Imai, Tom Rutter and Colin Camerer
- mbvz3: Which findings should be published?
- Maximilian Kasy and Alexander Frankel
- kvzg3: The Intuitive Cooperation Hypothesis Revisited: A Meta-analytic Examination of Effect-size and Between-study Heterogeneity
- Amanda Kvarven, Eirik Strømland, Conny Ernst-Peter Wollbrant, David Andersson, Magnus Johannesson, Gustav Tinghög, Daniel Västfjäll and Kristian Ove R. Myrseth
- jnyqh: A Framework for Open Policy Analysis
- Fernando Hoces de la Guardia, Sean Grant and Edward Miguel
- f6y3x: The Dogmatic Mixture Model Overestimates False Positives
- Ulrich Schimmack and Jerry Brunner
- eqhjd: Dissertation R.C.M. van Aert
- Robbie Cornelis Maria van Aert
- dhc2e: Easy preregistration will benefit any research
- David Thomas Mellor and Brian A. Nosek
- d5eud: Panel Data and Experimental Design
- Fiona Burlig, Louis Preonas and Matt Woerman
- cj7xf: Examining Psychological Science through Systematic Meta-Method Analysis: A Call for Research
- Malte Elson
- ba7tr: How Transparency and Reproducibility Can Increase Credibility in Policy Analysis: A Case Study of the Minimum Wage Policy Estimate
- Fernando Hoces de la Guardia
- 9g6ac: The Awkarin Index: a Measure of Asymmetry Between a Scholar’s Social Media Profile and Publication
- Fariha Azalea and Adib Rifqi Setiawan
- 9a3rw: Transparency, Reproducibility, and the Credibility of Economics Research
- Garret Christensen, Edward Miguel and Jennifer Sturdy
- 8vdrh: Sniff Tests in Economics: Aggregate Distribution of Their Probability Values and Implications for Publication Bias
- Christopher Snyder and Ran Zhuo
- 7tkvm: Aggregating Distributional Treatment Effects: A Bayesian Hierarchical Analysis of the Microcredit Literature
- Rachael Meager and Jennifer Sturdy
- 6um5g: Death to the Cobb-Douglas Production Function? A Meta-Analysis of the Capital-Labor Substitution Elasticity
- Tomas Havranek, Zuzana Irsova, Sebastian Gechert and Dominika Kolcunova
- 5nsh3: How Often Should We Believe Positive Results? Assessing the Credibility of Research Findings in Development Economics
- Aidan Coville and Eva Vivalt
- 49yst: Identification of and correction for publication bias
- Maximilian Kasy and Isaiah Andrews