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Replication Panels at ISA 2014

The 55th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (March 26-29, 2014 – Toronto, Canada) will feature two panels on replication and reproducibility:

  • Friday, March 28
    8:15 AM – 10:00 AM
    Replication in International Relations: How Journal Data Policies and Replication in Teaching Can Improve Reproducibility Standards
  • Friday, March 28
    10:30 AM – 12:15 PM
    Replication in International Relations: Successes and Failures in Practice

PANEL A

Chair: Nils Petter Gleditsch  (Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO))
Discussant: Nils Weidmann  (University of Konstanz)
Panelists:

  • Michael P. Colaresi (Michigan State University):
    Improving Standards for Replication v2.0: Reducing Obstruction, Introducing Preplication and Increasing Incentives
  • Allan Dafoe (Yale University):
    Science Deserves Better: The Imperative to Share Complete Replication Files
  • John Ishiyama (University of North Texas):
    Replication Studies and Journal Publication in Political Science and International Relations
  • Nicole Janz (University of Cambridge):
    Bringing the Gold Standard Into the Class Room: Replication in University Teaching 

PANEL B

Chair: Nicole Janz  (University of Cambridge)
Discussant: John Ishiyama  (University of North Texas)
Panelists:

  • Nils Petter Gleditsch (Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)):
    Posting Your Data: Will You Still Get Famous?
  • Fernando Martel García (Harvard University):
    Scientific Progress in the Absence of New Data: A Procedural Replication of Ross (2006)
  • Todd Tucker (University of Cambridge):
    Companies Suing Countries: Bad for Development?
  • Ingo Rohlfing (Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences):
    Replication in Case Studies and Process Tracing – Formulating and Implementing Standards

Full program


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