Substantive Dimensions of the Deliberations

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PS article on the first months of Da-rt

PostWed May 04, 2016 4:12 pm

Here is a recent PS April article that describes the low availability of code and datasets for quantitative research in top journals http://journals.cambridge.org/action/di ... mpaign=PSC

The problems described in the article seem to me to be the originating factor behind the Da-rt initiative in political science. What I am still struggling to understand is why problems with faked and not replicable quantitative research have generated a blanket solution that includes other sub-fields that did not have such problems or were dealing with them in other ways.

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