Introduction to the Special Issue on Replication

I’m pleased to begin publishing contributions to TPM‘s special issue on replication to our blog today. We begin with a piece by one of our associate editors, Rick Wilson, on the Data Access and Research Transparency initiative and the value of reproducibility and transparency to political scientists. In the coming weeks, we will feature contributions by other political scientists on similar topics. All contributions will be included in the Fall 2014 edition of TPM.

I hope you enjoy this series of articles on a very important and active area of research methodology.

About Justin Esarey

Associate Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Wake Forest University.
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