'Experiments in Organizational Economics' highlights the importance
of replicating previous economic experiments. Replication enables
experimental findings to be subjected to rigorous scrutiny. Despite
this obvious advantage, direct replication remains relatively scant
in economics. One possible explanation for this situation is that
publication outlets favor novel work over tests of robustness.
Readers will gain a better understanding of the role that
replication plays in economic discovery as well as valuable
insights into the robustness of previously reported findings.
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