1st Replication Markets Paper Published!

The Royal Society Open Science online journal published “Are replication rates the same across academic fields? Community forecasts from the DARPA SCORE programme” the first paper to discuss results from the DARPA SCORE project.

Dr. Charles Twardy, principal investigator, said, “This paper presents our “Round 0” forecasts showing participants’ overall expectations field and year, before they saw any of the 3,000 specific social and behavioral science replication claims presented in Rounds 1-10. We’re happy to publish the results that are known and “obvious.”

Lead authors from the Replications Market Team are: Michael Gordon, Massey University and Dr. Domenico Viganola, George Mason University, Senior author is Dr. Thomas Pfieffer, Massey University. Contributors include Dr. Anna Dreber and Dr. Magnus Johannesson, Stockholm School of Economics, Juntao Wang and Prof. Yiling Chen, Harvard University, Dr. Felix Holzmeister, Innsbruck Econlab, Prof. Yang Liu, University of California, Santa Cruz, Dr. Charles Twardy, Jacobs, Michael Bishop, consultant, and Brandon Goldfedder, Gold Brand Software.

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