Further Reading

The Role of Journals in Promoting Transparency in Empirical Research

  • Carsey, T.M. (2014). Making DA-RT a Reality. PS: Political Science & Politics, 47. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1049096513001753
  • Groves, T., & Godlee, F. (2012). Open science and reproducible research.  BMJ, 344. Doi: 10.1136/bmj.e4383
  • Glandon, P.J. (2011). Appendix to the report of the editor: Report on the American Economic Review data availability compliance project.  American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 101(3), 695-699.
  • Anderson, R.G., Greene, W.H., McCullough, B.D., & Vinod, H.D. (2008). The role of data/code archives in the future of economic research. Journal of Economic Methodology, 15(1), 99-119.
  • McCullough, B.D. (2007). Got replicability? The Journal of Money, Credit and Banking archive. Econ Journal Watch, 4(3), 326-337.
  • Anderson, R.G., Greene, W.H., McCullough, B.D., & Vinod, H.D. (2005). The role of data and program code archives in the future of economic research. Working Paper Series (The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis). Retrieved from http://research.stlouisfed.org/wp/more/2005-014
  • Fuess, S.M., Jr. (1996). On replication in business and economics research: The QJBE case. Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, 35(2), 3-13.
  • Anderson, R.G., & Dewald, W.G. (1994). Replication and scientific standards in applied economics a decade after the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking project. Review—Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, 76(6), 79-83.
  • Dewald W.G., Thursby, J.G., & Anderson, R.G. (1986). Replication in empirical economics: The Journal of Money, Credit and Banking project. The American Economic Review, 76(4), 587-603.

The Value of Replicating Empirical Research

Data Documentation Standards and Initiatives

  • Altman, M., & King, G. (2007). A proposed standard for the scholarly citation of quantitative data. D-Lib Magazine, 13(3/4). Retrieved from http://www.dlib.org/dlib/march07/altman/03altman.html
  • Blank, G., & Rasmussen, K.B. (2004). The Data Documentation Initiative: The value and significance of a worldwide standard. Social Science Computer Review, 22(3), 307-318.