Publications and other projects designed to improve teaching, learning, and university administration, as well as broader writings on the future of the social sciences.
Publication, Publication. PS: Political Science and Politics 39: 119–125. See continuing updates to this articleAbstract. 2006.
I show herein how to write a publishable paper by beginning with the replication of a published article. This strategy seems to work well for class projects in producing papers that ultimately get published, helping to professionalize students into the discipline, and teaching them the scientific norms of the free exchange of academic information. I begin by briefly revisiting the prominent debate on replication our discipline had a decade ago and some of the progress made in data sharing since.