Making Social Science Transparent

As the debate regarding the so-called replication crisis in social science continues, the Making Social Science Transparent conference (hosted by ISS on April 22, 2016) provided a timely opportunity to tackle the issue head-on. Scholars from an array of institutions and fields convened to assess the extent of the problem, and to develop paths towards lasting solutions.
ISS Conference Confronts Transparency and Replication "Crisis"

ISS Conference Confronts Transparency and Replication "Crisis"

By Ben Hinshaw - As the debate regarding the so-called replication crisis in social science continues, the Making Social Science Transparent conference (hosted by ISS on April 22, 2016) provided a timely opportunity to tackle the issue head-on. Scholars from an array of institutions and fields convened to assess the extent of the problem, and to develop paths towards lasting solutions.

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Program of Events

Program of Events

Making Social Science Transparent was a multidisciplinary conference addressing the issues of transparency, data and code accessibility, replication, and reproducibility. It was hosted by ISS on Friday, April 22, 2016, in the Walter A. Buehler Alumni Center at UC Davis.

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Presentations

Watch videos of presentations by Michael C. Frank, Tracy. K Teal and many more, including a Journal Editors Roundtable.

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