Natural funnel asymmetries
A simulation analysis of the three basic tools of meta-analysis.
Research Synthesis Methods 2, 84-102. 2011
with Laurent Callot, Free Univ. Amsterdam
An essay about publication bias and strikes Conference paper 2012
Regression Costs Fall, Mining Ratios Rise, Publication Bias Looms, and Techniques Get Fancier: Reflections on Some Trends in Empirical Macroeconomis Econ Journal Watch 10(2), 136-56. 2013 First version was termed: The mining ratio in applied macroeconomics
Meta-analysis of economics research reporting guidelines Journal of Economic Surveys 27(2), 390-94. 2013 with Stanley, T.M. (main author), Doucouliagos, H., Giles, M., Heckmeyer, J.H., Johnson, R.J., Laroche, P., Nelson. J.P., Poot, J., Pugh, G., Rosenberger, R.S., Rost, K.,
How do partly omitted control variables influence the averages used in meta-analysis in economics? Revised version of paper for MAER-net conference in Greewich, September 2013 Also Economics Working Paper 2013-22 from Department of Economics Århus University
Simulating an empirical paper by the rational economist Empirical Economics 50, 1383-1407, 2016 (DOI 10.1007/s00181-015-0971-6) Earlier versions (with similar titles) have been given as keynotes at the EPCS-2014 in Cambridge (April) and the MAER-Net 2014 Colloquium in Athens (September). Also Economics Working Paper 2013-27 from Department of Economics Århus University
Programs for a replication of simulation on separate page
Meta-analysis in a nutshell: Techniques and general findings Short introduction to meta analysis Economics. The Open-Access, Open-Assessment e-journal 9 April 14th 2015
Biases in papers by rational economists. The case of clustering and parameter heterogeneity First version for the the MAER-Net 2015 Colloquium in Prague (September).
A model of the representative economist, as researcher and policy advisor European Journal of Political Economy 54, 6-15, 2018
Skating on Thin Evidence: Implication for Public Policy
European Journal of Political Economy 54, 16-25. 2018
with Hristos Doucouliagos and T.D. Stanley
Methods used in economic research. An empirical study of trends and levels For several conferences, latest version April 2021
Working paper first version August 2018 - Chris Doucouliagos is p.t. not responsible.