Experimental Economics states: "The journal will also consider
articles with a primary focus on methodology or replication of
The Economics e-Journal takes replications from any field.
The Behavioral Economics Replication Project could be interesting for you. They presented their research at the 2016 American Economic Association ...
Have you seen the GitHub Project Replicating Mankiw, Romer and Weil 1992? It seems to have both the data and a replication of the original results.
For the curious, the paper is A Contribution to the Empirics of Economic Growth.
This paper examines whether the Solow growth model is consistent with
the international variation in the standard ...
The Journal of Economic Science Association, a companion journal to Experimental Economics is one outlet devoted to publishing, among other article types, replication of experiments.
As said on the website of the Economic Science Association:
The Journal of the Economic Science Association is dedicated to
advancing theoretical, empirical, methodological and ...
I assume you're talking about field experiments and empirical work in general. (Not Vernon Smith's style lab experiments.)
The website aggregates results from multiple programs, including those that showed no significant relationships.
Also read Vivalt, “How Much Can We Generalize from Impact ...
In such studies, their is no point of "redoing the experiment with larger sample size".
This is simply not true.
More observations is always better. If you have some non-experimental or quasi-experimental research (lets say on relationship between debt an growth), and due to data limitations you are able to include only 30 western countries with ...
I think the answer just comes down to rounding error. The reported values of $\delta$ are annualized. In the case of the CC1999 calibration, the annualized $\delta$ is $0.90$ and the implied monthly is $\delta = 0.991258$. Because of the compounding over 12 periods (4 in the Wachter 2005/2006 case), the average risk-free rate is very sensitive to small ...