Adding new “Perspectives” to our debate
Keywords:economics publishing, diversity, pluralism
The short note introduces the new issue of the Review. With this issue the journal is launching a new section, “Perspectives”, collecting contributions about topics and areas that receive insufficient attention on mainstream economics journals. These may concern replication analyses, or investigations that – although possibly of a less innovative and original character than other articles – focus on geographical regions often neglected in other journals.
JEL codes: A11, A14, B50
Alencar de Farias S. (2018), “The Brazilian Little Way in Academia”, BAR – Brazilian Administration Review, 15 (1), DOI: 10.1590/1807-7692bar2018180035
Bandura W., Dzingirai C. (2019), “Financial development and economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: The role of institutions”, PSL Quarterly Review, 72 (291), pp. 315-334.
Bianco M., Gras N., Sutz J. (2016), “Academic Evaluation: Universal Instrument? Tool for Development?”, Minerva, 54 (4), pp. 399–421.
Bohannon J. (2016), “About 40% of economics experiments fail replication survey”, Science, doi:10.1126/science.aaf4141
Camerer C.F., Dreber A., Forsell E., Ho T.-H., Huber J., Johannesson M., Kirchler M., Almenberg J., Altmejd A., Chan T., Heikensten E., Holzmeister F., Imai T., Isaksson S., Nave G., Pfeiffer T., Razen M., Wu H. (2016), “Evaluating replicability of laboratory experiments in economics”, Science, 351 (6280), pp. 1433-1436.
D’Ippoliti C. (2020), Democratizing the Economics Debate, Abingdon: Routledge.
Duvendack M., Palmer-Jones R.W., Reed W.R. (2015), “Replications in Economics: A Progress Report”, Econ Journal Watch, 12 (2), pp. 164–191.
Reed W.R. (2019), “Takeaways from the Special Issue on The Practice of Replication”, Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 13 (2019-13), pp. 1–11.
Ioannidis J.P.A. (2005), “Why Most Published Research Findings Are False”, PLOS Medicine, 2 (8), pp. 696-701.
Mueller-Langer F., Fecher B., Harhoff D., Wagner G.G. (2019), “Replication studies in economics—How many and which papers are chosen for replication, and why?”, Research Policy, 48 (1), pp. 62-83.
Necker S. (2014), “Scientific Misconduct in Economics”, Research Policy, 43(10), pp. 1747-1759.
Pasinetti L.L. (2006), “A Note on Points of Dissent”, in CIVR (ed.), Relazione finale di Area, Panel: 13 – Scienze economiche e statistiche, Rome: Comitato di Indirizzo per la Valutazione della Ricerca.
Vessuri H., Guédon J.C., Cetto A.M. (2014), “Excellence or quality? Impact of the current competition regime on science and scientific publishing in Latin America and its implications for development”, Current Sociology, 62 (5), pp. 647-665.