Jan H. Höffler


Studied at: Universität Mannheim, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, University of Toronto and the Graduate Institute, Geneva.

Taught replication seminars to bachelor, masters and PhD students at the University of Toronto, Canada, the MAGKS interuniversity doctoral program in economics supported by the universities of Marburg, Aachen, Gießen, Göttingen, Kassel and Siegen, Germany, the Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland, and Nanjing Agricultural University, China.
Presented his replication related work at Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association in Boston, 2014, Research Transparency Forum of the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences, 2014, joined conference of the Econometric Society and the European Economic Association in Toulouse, 2014, Annual Meeting of the French Economic Association in Lyon, 2014, Young Scholar Initiative Program of the Annual Conference of the Institute for New Economic Thinking in Toronto, 2014, American Economic Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, 2014, Economics Network conference in Exeter, 2013, Spring Meeting of Young Economists in Aarhus, 2013.

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Replication and Transparency in Economic Research

Article | Dec 3, 2015

In 2003, McCullough and Vinod wrote, “Research that cannot be replicated is not science, and cannot be trusted either as part of the profession’s accumulated body of knowledge or as a basis for policy.”(1)

Economics Needs Replication

Article | Apr 23, 2013

The recent debate about the reproducibility of the results published by Carmen Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff offers a showcase for the importance of replication in empirical economics.