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In this section we list all our papers, journal articles and presentations of our project – divided by type of dissemination activity.

From project phase 1 we list only some of the core papers and findings at the bottom of the page.

For a detailed overview of the output of EDaWaX’s first funding phase, please click >here<.

For a list of related literature to the topic of reproducible research in social sciences and in economics in particular, click >here<.

Publications and presentations of EDaWaX’s 2nd funding phase:

Journal ArticleJournal Articles, Working Paper and Conference Proceedings:

in English:

      • Paper: Vlaeminck, S., Herrmann L.: “Data policies and data archives: A new paradigm for academic publishing in economic sciences?” In: Schmidt, B. /Dobreva, M. (Eds.), New Avenues for Electronic Publishing in the Age of Infinite Collections and Citizen Science: Scale, Openness and Trust. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, September 2015. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-562-3-145.
      • Paper: Fecher, B., Friesike, S., Hebing, M. (2015). What Drives Academic Data Sharing? PLoS ONE 10(2): e0118053. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0118053
      • Working Paper: Fecher, B., Friesike, S., Hebing, M., Linek, S., Sauermann, A. (2015). A Reputation Economy: Results from an Empirical Survey on Academic Data Sharing. DIW Berlin, Discussion Paper No. 1454, http://hdl.handle.net/10419/107686
      • Comment: Fecher, B., Wagner G. (2016). A research symbiont, Science 351(6280), p. 1405-1406, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.351.6280.1405-b
      • Working Paper: Mueller-Langer, F., Fecher, B., Harhoff, D., Wagner, Gert G. (2017). The Economics of Replication, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition Research Paper No. 17 03

PresentationPresentations:

In English:

      • Presentation: ‘Work Closely with the Community!’ Experiences from a Project on Research Data Management for Economic Journals | LIBER Conference 2016 | Helsinki | Finland.
      • Presentation: Journals in Economic Sciences: Paying lip-services to reproducible Research? | IASSIST Conference 2016 | June 2016 | Bergen | Norway.
      • Presentation: National Research Data Services for Economics in Germany and the Role of the ZBW | INCONECSS – International Conference on Economics and Business Information | April 2016 | Berlin | Germany.
      • PresentationData policies and data archives: A new paradigm for academic publishing in economic sciences? | 19th International Conference on Electronic Publishing (ELPUB15) | 2015-9-2 | Valletta | Malta.
      • Presentation: Data policies and data archives as prerequisites of reproducible economic research | 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association | 2016/01/04 | San Francisco | USA
      • Presentation: ZBW’s role in establishing servies for RDM in economics | nereus workshop on open data, restricted data and the library role – Practical cases with regards to economics and social sciences | LIBER 2015 – pre-conference workshop | 2015-06-23 | London | UK.
      • Presentation: Data policies and data archives as prerequisites of reproducible published research in economics’ journals | 9th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing | 2014-11-27 | Tromsø | Norway.

In German:

      • Presentation: Vlaeminck, S. / Fecher, B. : “Leibniz Science 2.0. Sharing Research Data in Academia” and “Data Sharing und Data Policies von Fachzeitschriften in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften.” Joint talk held at the meeting of the research data alliance (RDA) Germany | November 2014 | Potsdam | Germany.
      • Presentation: “Neue Entwicklungen im Journal-Management:  Data Policies & Datenarchive – Ein Überblick am Beispiel der Wirtschaftswissenschaften” | Presentation given at the third journal management workshop of the Leibniz Association | January 2015 | Berlin | Germany.
      • Presentation: “Aktive Vernetzung mit der Wissenschaftscommunity – zwei Beispiele aus dem Bereich Forschungsdaten in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften“. German Librarian’s Day | May 2015 | Nuremberg | Germany.
      • Presentation: “Der Einsatz von PIDs und Normdaten bei wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Informationsinfrastrukturen” | Annual Meeting of the German Initiative for Network Information – Working Group on Interoperable Metadata | April 2016 |Mannheim | Germany.
      • Presentation: “Der Aufbau eines publikationsbezogenen Forschungsdatenarchivs für die Wirtschaftswissenschaften” | Annual Meeting of FIS Education | April 2016 | Frankfurt | Germany.
      • Presentation: “Erleichterte Metadatengenerierung für wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fachzeitschriften: Das ZBW Journal Data Archive.” | 5th nestor/DINI workshop on research data | June 2016 | Kiel | Germany.
      • Presentations of the EDaWaX-workshop “Forschungsdatenmanagement für wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fachzeitschriften“. Pre-conference workshop at annual meeting of the German learned society for business research (VHB) | May 2016 | Munich | Germany
        • Talk 1 (Olaf Siegert, ZBW): “Kurzvorstellung des EDaWaX-Projekts”
        • Talk 2 (Dr. Frank Müller-Langer, MCI-IP): “Replication in Empirical Economics: A Matter of Impact and Efficiency” (Coming soon)
        • Talk 3 (Sven Vlaeminck, ZBW): “Data Policies in wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschriften”
        • Talk 4 (Dr. Hendrik Bunke, ZBW): “Das ZBW Journal Data Archive”
        • Talk 5 (Prof. Dr. Peter Winker, University of Gießen & Editor- in-chief Journal of Economics and Statistics): “Erfahrungen mit der EDaWaX Applikation aus Sicht eines Herausgebers”
      • Presentations:  ZBW’s-workshop “Forschungsdatenmanagement“. Pre-conference workshop at annual meeting of the German learned society for economics (VfS) | September 2016 | Augsburg| Germany
        • Talk 1 (Ralf Toepfer, ZBW): “Kurzvorstellung des EDaWaX-Projekts”
        • Talk 2 (Benedikt Fecher, DIW & HIIG): “Forschungsdatenaustausch in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften”
        • Talk 3 (Sven Vlaeminck, ZBW):“Data Policies in wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschriften”
        • Talk 4 (Dr. Hendrik Bunke, ZBW): “Das ZBW Journal Data Archive”
        • Talk 5 (Prof. Dr. Peter Winker, University of Gießen & Editor- in-chief Journal of Economics and Statistics): “Erfahrungen mit der EDaWaX Applikation aus Sicht eines Herausgebers”
        • Talk 6 (Prof. Dr. Thomas K. Bauer, RWI): “Forschungsdatenmanagement aus Sicht der Wirtschaftswissenschaften“
      • Presentation: “Der Aufbau eines publikationsbezogenen Forschungsdatenarchivs für die Wirtschaftswissenschaften.” VDB-Meeting of subject librarians in economics and management | September 2016 | Frankfurt am Main | Germany.

MiscellaneousMiscellaneous:

Some core publications and presentations of EDaWaX’s – 1st funding phase:

In English:

      • Paper: Andreoli-Versbach, P.  / Mueller-Langer, F. (2014). “Open access to data: An ideal professed but not practised”. Research Policy, 43 (9), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2014.04.008.
      • Discussion Paper: Mueller-Langer, F.  /  Andreoli-Versbach, P. (2014). „Open access to research data: Strategic delay and the ambiguous welfare effects of mandatory data disclosure”. Munich Discussion Paper No. 2014-32.
      • Paper: Vlaeminck, S. (2013).”Data Management in Scholarly Journals and possible Roles for Libraries – Some Insights from EDaWaX .” Published in LIBER Quarterly, Vol.23, Issue 1, [html | pdf]
      • Paper: Vlaeminck, S. / Wagner G. (2014) “On the role of research data centres in the management of publication-related research data.” LIBER Quarterly Vol.23, Issue 4.

In German:

      • Paper: Vlaeminck, S. / Wagner, G.G / Wagner, J. / Harhoff D. / Siegert, O. (2013): “Replizierbare Forschung in den Wirtschaftswissenschaften erhöhen – eine Herausforderung für wissenschaftliche Infrastrukturdienstleister.” LIBREAS. Library Ideas, 23.

 

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