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MAER-Net 2016 Colloquium

Hendrix 2016 MAER-Net Colloquium;

 Another Huge Success! 

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Thanks to everyone who travelled from all over the world, the US and Arkansas to share their research and who joined our dynamic and engaging discussions of meta-research.  More than 40 superb presentations by leading scholars and students. ProgramStudents-2017

In spite of two full days of pushing the bounds of what we know about economics, business and psychology and discussing the limitations of modern research, much fun was had by all over dinner, drinks, lunch and coffee. 

Did anyone notice Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe? Who knew they were fans of meta-regression analysis?    Coll16-SLTC

We look forward to seeing all of our old friends and welcoming the best and brightest young scholars next October at Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen, Germany.  More information about the exact dates and details of next year’s Colloquium will be posted here and sent your early in 2017. 

Thanks Again for making this a huge success—and fun too! 


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Papers

Robbie C. M. van Aert, Jelte M. Wicherts, and Marcel A. L. M. van Assen. “Conducting meta-analyses based on p-values: Reservations and recommendations for applying p-uniform and p-curve.”

Sylvanus Kwaku Afesorgbor. “Revisiting the Effect of Regional Integration on African Trade: Evidence from Meta-Analysis and Gravity Model.”

Magali Dauvin and David Guerreiro. “The paradox of plenty: A meta-analysis.”

Justice G. Djokoto. “Technical Inefficiency in Organic and Conventional Agriculture - A Meta Regression.”

Ichiro Iwasaki, "Decline and growth in transition economies: A meta-analysis". 

Tim Kaiser. "Does financial education impact financial behavior, and if so, when?"

Azreen Karim and Ilan Noy. “Poverty and natural disasters: A regression meta-analysis.”

Natalia Nehrebecka and Aneta Dzik-Walczak. “Publication selection bias in the sources of financing the enterprises research? A meta-regression analysis.”

Martin Paldam. “A model of the rational economist: As researcher and policy advisor.”

Anna Sokolova and Tomas Havranek. "Do consumers really follow a rule of thumb? 3,000 estimates from 130 studies say "Probably Not."

T.D. Stanley. “Limitations of PET-PEESE and other meta-analysis methods.”

Mark R. Stevens “Does Compact Development Make People Walk and Use Transit?”

Mehmet Ugur, Eshref Trushin, Edna Solomon and Francesco Guidi. “R&D and productivity in OECD firms and industries: A hierarchical meta-regression analysis.”

W. Kip Viscusi, "Best Estimate Selection Bias of Estimates of the Value of a Statistical Life"

J. Felix Weidemann. " Determinants of cash holdings: Evidence from meta-regression."

Ryan Yeung  and Phuong Nguyen-Hoang. “Endogenous peer effects: Fact or fiction?”

Samuel D. Zapata and Terry W. Griffin. “Meta-Analysis of Multiple Treatments Experiments”

Questions: Stanley@Hendrix.edu.

Program Committee