Seattle Replication Game | June 28, 2024

One-day replication challenge organized by the Institute for Replication and hosted by Seattle University

You are invited to participate and contribute to the integrity of research in your field and network with fellow researchers while developing your coding skills. 
Participants will be matched with other researchers working in the same field. Each team will work on replicating a recently published study in a leading economics journal. All participants will be given co-authorship to a meta paper aggregating the replications results. This is a hybrid event. In-person participation is encouraged but it will also be possible to join virtually. Lunch will be provided. 
Professors, post-docs, graduate students and more broadly researchers are encouraged to apply! To participate, please contact Abel Brodeur. Indicate your field of study and the statistical software you are comfortable working with. This event is part of games organized all over the world (Norway, Canada, Sweden, France, Germany, Spain, etc.) by the Institute for Replication.  

Learn more about Replication Games 

The project is led by Abel Brodeur (University of Ottawa), local organizer Nick Huntington-Klein (Seattle University), and the I4R Organization Committee.