A Replicability Crisis in Agricultural Economics
A Replicability Crisis in Agricultural Economics at noon EDT on Wednesday, September 8, 2021
The Center for Behavioral and Experimental Agri-Environmental Research (CBEAR) and the US Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service (ERS) will co-host a virtual seminar at noon EDT on Wednesday, September 8, 2021. Following an introduction by ERS Administrator Spiro Stefanou, CBEAR co-director Paul Ferraro (Johns Hopkins University) will discuss research practices in agricultural economics that can affect the credibility and replicability of empirical results. Based on an analysis of recent publications from leading agricultural economics journals, he will present evidence that these practices are common, and he will discuss what the field can do to change the incentives that encourage these practices. Wednesday, September 8
11:45 AM Speakers and hosts Join Zoom Meeting https://udel.zoom.us/j/91508579366
12:00 PM Welcome from CBEAR administrator, with short introduction to ERS Administrator Stefanou
12:03 PM ERS Administrator Stefanou begins 5 minute introduction
12:08 PM Ferraro shares screen and begins 40 minute presentation with questions submitted via the chat
12:48 PM Masters facilitates Q&A conversation with Ferraro using questions from the chat
12:59 PM Wrap-up Replicability Crisis in Agricultural Economics at noon EDT on Wednesday, September 8.
Earlier Publication: Is there a Replicability Crisis on the Horizon for Environmental and Resource Economics?
By PAUL J. FERRARO AND PALLAVI SHUKLA