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Experimental Economics states: "The journal will also consider articles with a primary focus on methodology or replication of controversial findings." 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 ...

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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. Abstract: This paper examines whether the Solow growth model is consistent with the international variation in the standard ...

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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 ...

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I assume you're talking about field experiments and empirical work in general. (Not Vernon Smith's style lab experiments.) AidGrade http://www.aidgrade.org/compare-programs-by-outcome The website aggregates results from multiple programs, including those that showed no significant relationships. Also read Vivalt, “How Much Can We Generalize from Impact ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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