Hello HR Division Colleagues,
- · Do you know how replication, reproducibility, and generalizability studies differ?
- · Do you want to learn how to design a high-quality replication or reproducibility study?
You will get answers to these questions at an upcoming live virtual workshop sponsored by SMA and CARMA. Details are below. I hope you can join us!
WHEN: May 19, 10:00am-1:00pm Eastern Time
WHAT: Advancing Science Through Replication, Reproducibility, and Generalizability Studies: What are they, how to design and publish them? See abstract below.
WHO: Drs. Maria Kraimer, Heather Berry, Jose Cortina, Tine Koehler, Xavier Martin, John Mathieu, and Andreas Schwab
WHERE: Information to access the Zoom link for this event can be found at:
Feel free to email me with any questions about this virtual event (email@example.com).
Studies that replicate, reproduce, or generalize previously published findings are increasingly recognized as essential for advancing management science across a number of journals and disciplines (Bettis et al., 2016; Köhler & Cortina, 2021; Kraimer et al., 2023). Yet, many scholars have limited experience with these types of studies and wonder whether journals will publish them. This workshop brings together a set of multidisciplinary scholars with expertise in conducting, reviewing/editing, and publishing replication, reproducibility, and/or generalizability studies. It will introduce the similarities and differences among the three general types of studies, along with best practices on how to design and execute literal, quasi-random, and constructive replication and reproducibility studies, including ones that offer generalizability of the findings. We will then provide advice on how to report and "frame" these types of studies for publication in top journals. This will be an interactive workshop with break-out rooms and time for Q&A.
Editor, Journal of Management Scientific Reports
Distinguished Professor, Rutgers University