The replication crisis in science: Does it matter for policy?

Friday, October 11, 2019 11 AM – 12 PM in Saul-Zilkha

On October 11, Andrew Gelman, Professor of Statistics and Political Science at Columbia University, will present to the Brookings community on the replication crisis in science and its relevance to policy research. 

The presentation will cover:

  • Why policy analysts should care about the replication crisis
  • How to consider replicability in your work and the research you cite
  • The political implications of irreproducible political science research

This presentation is sponsored by the Brookings Data Network, and is open to all Brookings employees. In particular, researchers who work with data are encouraged to attend. Coffee and cookies will be provided.


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