Verbund Quant - Quantitative Analyse zu Publication Bias, Impactfaktoren und Maßnahme - Tools: Institutionelle Effekte und Autorenmerkmale = FP 655/18
- FB Geschichte,Soziologie,Sportw. u. emp. Bildungsf.
|(2022): Bias and careers : Evidence from the aid effectiveness literature European Journal of Political Economy ; 71 (2022). - 102056. - Elsevier. - ISSN 0176-2680. - eISSN 1873-5703||
We collect data on the careers of 189 authors who published aid effectiveness estimates during the 1970 to 2011 period, and apply meta-regression analysis to investigate the impact of authors' careers on the degree of selectivity in which results are reported. Among non-tenured researchers, publication selection bias and research inflation are increasing with age, on average. This bias is highest among older non-tenured researchers. In search for channels, we find suggestive evidence that a portion of the preferential reporting in favour of aid effectiveness is associated with non-tenured authors’ links with aid agencies.
|Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung||655/18|
|Period:||01.09.2018 – 31.08.2021|