Forum on Transparency in Research

The Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA) development blog is hosting a forum on transparency in research to coincide with the launch of the new Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS).  The forum currently contains the following articles:

“An Open Discussion on Promoting Transparency in Social Science Research”
Edward Miguel
UC Berkeley, Economics

“Bayes’ Rule and the Paradox of Pre-Registration of RCTs”
Donald P. Green
Columbia, Political Science

“Monkey Business”
Macartan Humphreys
Columbia, Political Science

“Targeted Learning from Data: Valid Statistical Inference using Data Adaptive Methods”
Maya Petersen, Alan Hubbard, and Mark van der Laan
UC Berkeley, Statistics

“Transparency and Pre-Analysis Plans: Lessons from Public Health”
David Laitin
Stanford, Political Science

“Freedom! Pre-Analysis Plans and Complex Analysis”
Gabriel Lenz
UC Berkeley, Political Science

“The Need for Pre-Analysis: First Things First”
Richard Sedlmayr
Philanthropic Advisor

“Transparency-Inducing Institutions and Legitimacy”
Kevin Esterling
UC Riverside, Political Science

“Research Transparency in the Natural Sciences: What Can We Learn?”
Temina Madon
UC Berkeley, Center for Effective Global Action

“The Role of Failure in Promoting Transparency”
Carson Christiano
UC Berkeley, Center for Effective Global Action

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