Discussion Paper

No. 2017-75 | September 28, 2017
A proposal for replicating Evanschitzky, Baumgarth, Hubbard, and Armstrong’s ‘Replication research’s disturbing trend’ (Journal of Business Research, 2007)
(Published in Special Issue The practice of replication)

Abstract

This paper is about how the author proposes to replicate Evanschitzky, Baumgarth, Hubbard, and Armstrong’s ‘Replication research’s disturbing trend’ (Journal of Business Research, 2007). This is because estimating the incidence of published replication research and its outcomes must be continued.

JEL Classification:

A14, B23, B41, C18

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Raymond Hubbard (2017). A proposal for replicating Evanschitzky, Baumgarth, Hubbard, and Armstrong’s ‘Replication research’s disturbing trend’ (Journal of Business Research, 2007). Economics Discussion Papers, No 2017-75, Kiel Institute for the World Economy. http://www.economics-ejournal.org/economics/discussionpapers/2017-75


Comments and Questions


Anonymous - Referee report 1
October 30, 2017 - 11:20

see attached file


Anonymous - Referee report 2
November 15, 2017 - 14:25

This is a great proposal. I cannot agree more with everything said. Here are just a few minor remarks:

1. Management seems to (suddenly?) move quickly, as is clear from the recent editorials in top field journal such as JIBS (Meyer et al. 2017) and SMJ (Bettis et al., ...[more]

... 2016) regarding new reporting guidelines.

2. Is what you propose here regarding double-blind coding an exact copy of what EH and EBHA did? I guess that would be a good thing.

3. You have a nice anecdote about EH’a submission journey. What about EBHA’s? Similar, given that this piece ended up in the JBR? (If so, that would be telling.)

Good luck.


Anonymous - Referee report 3
November 18, 2017 - 11:05

see attached file