Incorporating Reproducibility and Transparency in an Undergraduate Economics Course Catalyst Training ProjectEconomics
This project developed lectures and hands-on materials to teach key reproducibility, replication, and transparency concepts for an undergraduate economics audience. The goal is to translate existing BITSS materials for students who have no research experience, setting the stage for them to develop good research habits as early as possible. The output includes 4.5 hours of lecture materials and three problem sets/lab activities. Materials will be field-tested in Jeffrey Naecker‘s experimental economics course at Wesleyan University.
Curricular Materials can be found on the OSF here.