cascad (HEC Paris and CNRS) is pleased to invite you to a Workshop on Open Science and Research Reproducibility.
Reproducibility is key for building trust in research, yet it is not widespread in economics. In order to improve the situation, leading academic journals, like the American Economic Review, the Review of Economic Studies, or the Economic Journal, have recently appointed data editors to design and oversee the journals’ strategy for archiving research data and code and promoting reproducible research. Similarly, central banks and national statistical offices are also looking for innovative solutions to improve the level of reproducibility of the research based on the data they provide. In parallel, researchers can now obtain an external reproducibility certification from a trusted third party, i.e., cascad.
Lars Vilhuber (Cornell University)
Data Editor of the American Economic Association
Implementing Reproducibility and Transparency at the American Economic Association's Journals
Jean-Edouard Colliard (HEC Paris)
Reproducibility Certification in Economics Research
Christophe Pérignon (HEC Paris)
Certified Open Science*
Refreshments served at the Bar Club (building W1, next the building T)
*Learn more in this article and video on Knowledge@HEC: "cascad: A new certifying organization to help double-check scientific results".