Encouraging students to replicate the analyses of published papers is one way to familiarise them with some of the process of real research and to get However, it is rare to find papers for which the appropriate data and code are available to enable a replication. Funded by the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), this site collects descriptions of research for which replications are possible, and details of the known replications of existing papers. Replications can be published as working papers. Traffic light icons are used to show if raw data and/or code are available for a paper. Readers can create accounts on the site and add details of replicated studies, replications, or studies that need replication.
Links for Econometrics
Showcase of open educational resources
The CHEER Archive has reviews of econometric software and papers on its use in teaching.
External case study: Nothing to Prove: teaching introductory econometrics without proofs by Guy Judge, Portsmouth University
Teaching and learning materials