Cornell University

Disciplinary Support: Why is Reproducibility not Uniformly Required Across Disciplines?

Tuesday, January 31, 2023 at 4:15pm

Virtual Event


Session 5

CRRESS invites you to join our fifth session, our first webinar of the new year “Disciplinary support: why is reproducibility not uniformly required across disciplines.” Hilary Hoynes (UC Berkeley, Economics), Betsy Sinclair (Washington University, Political Science), and Kim Weeden (Cornell University, Sociology) compose the panel. Lars Vilhuber (Cornell University) will moderate the session.

The fifth one-hour session of CRRESS, The Conference on Reproducibility and Replicability in Economics and the Social Sciences, will be held on January 31, 2023, at 4:15 PM Eastern Time, earlier than other series sessions.

Register to join the session on Zoom.

The Conference on Reproducibility and Replicability in Economics and the Social Sciences (CRRESS) is a monthly series of virtual and in-person panels on the topics of reproducibility, replicability, and transparency in the social sciences. Each month, a panel of experts will discuss a particular topic with relevance to the overall theme of reproducibility and transparency. We invite anyone with an interest in social science research to attend.

CRRESS is led by Lars Vilhuber and Aleksandr Michuda, Cornell University, who organize the panels together with Ian Schmutte (UGA) and Marie Connolly (UQAM). Funding by the National Science Foundation is gratefully acknowledged.

Dial-In Information

https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_j2jSfsBnSdC-gWiCZqmEGg

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