Replications are an important public good to the economics community, and as such, they tend to be under-valued. By opening a replications section in our open access, open assessment journal, we hope to make it easier for authors to provide this important public good.

Please also read the Replications Guidelines!

Discussion Papers

Stan J. Liebowitz
A Replication of Four Quasi-Experiments and Three Facts from ‘The Effect of File Sharing on Record Sales: An Empirical Analysis’ (Journal of Political Economy, 2007)
December 05, 2016 | downloads: 129 | JEL: Z1, O3, L8 | discussible | 3 comments
Cuong Nguyen
Impacts of Rural Road on Household Welfare in Vietnam: Evidence from a Replication Study
September 19, 2016 | downloads: 316 | JEL: H43, O12, C14 | discussible | 7 comments