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How to conduct and report research? and present tips for diagnostic replication exercises
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FHI 360 Research Aug 16
New paper via & provides "replication researchers w an objective list of checks or tests to consider when planning a study"
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Economics E-Journal Aug 15
Is there still too much naivete about in the profession? The mere existence of does not ensure the reproducibility of the published results, shows B. D. McCullough using the example of the American Economic Review
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Economics E-Journal Aug 14
Very often and activities induce transformations of an initial , which results in a new type of problem of how to rank transformations of the same random variable.
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Economics E-Journal Aug 10
Some lessons learned in replication research: Why Benjamin D.K. Wood and Maria Vasquez encourage replication studies of policy relevant research.
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Kiel Institute (IfW) Aug 3
Impose to protect and ensure good working conditions? Not a good idea, says ceo
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Economics E-Journal Aug 7
There is consensus about the importance of research to improve the validity of findings. This article discusses a rationale for replicating a study and offers a plan of how one might go about approaching a of an actual study.
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Economics E-Journal Aug 3
, , and describe in their paper "The quest for global monetary policy coordination" how to cope with the challenge of the “normalisation” of money creation and interest rates. …/discussionpapers/2018-59
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Economics E-Journal Aug 2
Technological justice: A G20 agenda by Andrés Ortega, Francisco Andrés-Pérez, and Yarik Turianskyi
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Economics E-Journal Aug 1
Rein Haagsma analyzes how social-rank concerns alter the usual impact of income growth and redistribution on individual payoffs and rates.
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Economics E-Journal Jul 19
Policy proposals to improve the performance expenditures and tax incentives to boost , and
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Economics E-Journal Jul 18
Does improved storage infrastructure increase or decrease the motivation of farmers to produce? studies a investment subsidy scheme for construction and renovation of godowns in to answer this question
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Economics E-Journal Jul 16
Society has become so polarised between haves and have-nots that this is endangering the stability of our system. Michael Hudson and Charles Goodhart ask what alternative measures of relief and might be possible?
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Economics E-Journal Jul 13
What are main sources of food volatility? Within markets the for corn seems to be the most important source of volatility. Is this because a large part of corn output is used to produce biofuels?
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Economics E-Journal Jul 12
Urban populations generate two thirds of global gas emissions. This research empirically investigates the dynamic relationship between and carbon emissions.
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Economics E-Journal Jul 9
is expensive and countries that follow this path must be mindful, notably at the initial stages of democratization, of the harmful macroeconomic consequences such a move could have on public finance.
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Economics E-Journal Jul 2
Is there failed or even divergence in institutional terms within the EU integration process? See here that institutional convergence is not a matter of course, especially within the old and the
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Economics E-Journal Jun 29
Does money buy ? finds a compromise between the Easterlin paradox and its critiques regarding the relationship between relative and subjective
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Economics E-Journal Jun 28
and analyse of the challenges of the future of work and show how countries can leverage -industrial into stronger high-quality jobs growth
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Economics E-Journal Jun 27
The weekly change of sovereign credit default swap spreads is affected by many market and variables. This paper examines the effect of a broad range of such variables including local , fundamental, and financial
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