Transparent and reproducible social science research: how to do open science

"Social science practitioners have recently witnessed numerous episodes of influential research that fell apart upon close scrutiny. These instances have spurred suspicions that other published results may contain errors or may at least be less robust than they appear. In response, an influenti...

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Main Author: Christensen, Garret S. (Author)
Other Authors: Freese, Jeremy (Author); Miguel, Edward
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
Published: Oakland, California University of California Press [2019]
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Summary:"Social science practitioners have recently witnessed numerous episodes of influential research that fell apart upon close scrutiny. These instances have spurred suspicions that other published results may contain errors or may at least be less robust than they appear. In response, an influential movement has emerged across the social sciences for greater research transparency, openness, and reproducibility. Transparent and Reproducible Social Science Research crystallizes the new insights, practices, and methods of this rising interdisciplinary field"--Provided by publisher
Introduction -- What is ethical research? -- Publication bias -- Specification searching -- Using all evidence : registration and meta-analysis -- Pre-analysis plans -- Sensitivity analysis and other approaches -- Reporting standards -- Replication -- Data sharing -- Reproducible workflow -- Conclusion.
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:1 Online-Ressource
ISBN:9780520969230