A Practical Guide to Registered Reports for Economists
CBEAR 2021 Prize for Innovation awarded to REECAP !
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Call for abstracts for the REECAP organised sessions – EAAE congress 2021
Date: 2021-01-02, Image: (c) EAAE
REECAP would like to submit REECAP related papers jointly as organised sessions at the EAAE congress, to be held hopefully in Prague (20-23 July). If you would be interested in participating in the proposal for a REECAP organised session(s), we welcome contributions. Please send us an abstract by the 27th January.
The REECAP board will review the proposals and select those to be included in the organised session(s) proposal(s) to the EAAE Congress.
In addition to the organised session, REECAP is also planning to organize the next REECAP meeting as a pre-congress symposium, before the EAAE 2021 congress. This symposium will include training, a pre-registration of protocols session, a keynote presentation and round-table discussions.
For further information and deadlines :
Do you have some material on the use of experiments to share with REECAP ?
Image: (c) (Unsplash) by AbsolutVision
Do you have some slides, leaflets, policy briefs, pictures, diagrams ... on the use of experiments, intuitive explanations of methods to a wider audience, intuitive and easy to grasp examples, nice pictures or diagrams, or other material that you have used for presentations or for courses, and that you would be willing to share with REECAP?
REECAP participation to the French public debate on the future of the CAP
Date: 2020-08-12, Image: (c) ImPACtons!
The great public debate on agriculture, organised by the National Commission for Public Debate (NCPD) since February 2020, and aptly called "ImPACtons!" is being relaunched after a few months of interruption due to the health crisis.
REECAP replication project webinar.
Date: Monday, October 19, 2020 (10.30 am-12.30 am CET),
Image: (c) REECAP, The James Hutton Institute
A replication is any study whose primary purpose is to (i) determine the fragility or robustness of previous research findings, and (ii) identify why studies reach different conclusions on the same subject.
REECAP 2020 webinar: slides on-line
Date: 2020-08-12, Image: (c) Marianne Lefebvre
If you could not join us on the 1st and 2nd of september, you can visit the 2020 Webinar page and have a look at the slides presenting new experimental results relevant for agricultural policy (on-going research - not yet published) around two main themes: Nudging and framing for environmental ambition and Ex-ante evaluation of CAP new designs with discrete choice experiments.
Reading recommendation: How can experiments play a greater role in public policy? Twelve proposals from an economic model of scaling
Date: 2020-08-12, Image: (c) Cambridge University Press - JBPP
By Omar Al-Ubaydli, Min Sok Lee, John List, Claire Mackevicius and Dana Sunskind
Behavioural Public Policy 2020, 48 pages, doi:10.1017/bpp.2020.17
How to make sure that the encouraging conclusions obtained from small scale randomized controlled trials can be carried forward to policy-makers without the risks of misguiding them into the wrong direction? This article puts forward 12 simple proposals spanning researchers, policy-makers, funders and stakeholders, which can help to address the scalability issue. It has a double virtue: it helps researchers to improve the quality of their research by pinpointing the situations when experimental results deserve to be communicated with greater care; and, by highlighting and acknowledging a number of research biases, and proposing to correct them, it also contributes to improve the credibility of well-conducted research. Although most examples are drawn from the education and health experimental literature, this article is of course extremely pertinent for REECAP members.
Reading recommendation: The publications of the European Network for Rural Development
Date: 2020-07-03, Image: (c) ENRD
ENRD serves as a hub for exchange of information on how Rural Development programs are working in practice. Some REECAP members are practicioners in charge of RDP evaluation and are engaged in ENRD.
REECAP Worging Group 2 will attempt to create bridges across our two communities.
Reading recommendation: "Transparent and Reproducible Social Science Research - How to Do Open Science"
Date: 2020-07-03, Image: (c) Garret Christensen, Jeremy Freese and Edward Miguel
This new volume presents an exhaustive overview of emerging research transparency practices. They will be promoted within REECAP thanks to Working Group 1 activities.
Funding REECAP activities
Date: 2020-07-03, Image: public domain
REECAP board has submitted a proposal for a grant supporting international network, funded by Alliance Europa.
Next step will be the application to a COST action (October 2020). We are still looking for more practitioners to join the network.