Aug 18, 2017 – Aug 19, 2017 | 5045 Bergen
To address growing need for improved norms and practices of social science research, and in partnership with The Choice Lab at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), BITSS will deliver a workshop on research transparency and reproducibility. This two-day workshop will be led by Dr. Eva Vivalt (Australian National University) and will target 40-50 students, faculty, and researchers to train them on the challenges facing the credibility of social science research, as well as currently known best practices for more transparent, reproducible research. The workshop will engage the audience with hands-on workflow-related activities and software.
Eva Vivalt is a BITSS Catalyst. Learn more about the Catalyst program here.
This workshop is preceded by a 4-day PhD course “Incorporating More Realistic Psychology into Economic Analysis” given by BITSS Advisory Board Member Matthew Rabin (Harvard).