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Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at 4:15pmVirtual Event
CRRESS invites you to join our seventh session, "Why can or should research institutions publish replication packages?"
Moderator: Aleksandr Michuda (Cornell University, Data Science)
This session brings various perspectives together on how research institutions think about publishing replication packages themselves, i.e., not a journal or generalist repository. Panelists come from a university with a specialized, university-centered data repository; from a Federal Reserve Bank with an active research community, and from a non-profit (non-academic) research institution. Each faces the requirements of varied internal researchers, external visibility, and differing audiences. The panelists can all speak to how a research institution makes decision about the degree of transparency and how much of that to do with internal resources.
During the Session
Each session is a 60-minute long online video conference tentatively scheduled for Tuesdays at 4:15 PM Eastern. Each panelist will speak for 10-15 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of discussion and audience questions selected by the moderator. Certain sessions are in person at indicated conferences, in which case the availability of an online version depends on the conference facilities.
After the Session
Each session is recorded, and a link to the recording is made available shortly afterward on this page. Panelists are also asked to write a 5-7 page version of their statement (see template), which will be collected as an online "book" on this site, and potentially as part of one or more special issues in journals.