HOW TO MAKE A PIE: REPRODUCIBLE RESEARCH FOR EMPIRICAL ECONOMICS AND ECONOMETRICS

@inproceedings{Orozco2018HOWTM,
  title={HOW TO MAKE A PIE: REPRODUCIBLE RESEARCH FOR EMPIRICAL ECONOMICS AND ECONOMETRICS},
  author={Val{\'e}rie Orozco and C. Bontemps and {\'E}. Maign{\'e} and V. Piguet and Annie Hofstetter and Anne Marie Lacroix and F. Levert and J. Rousselle},
  year={2018}
}
Les recherches empiriques en sciences humaines et sociales necessitent la manipulation de nombreux fichiers : differents jeux de donnees, de multiples programmes, qu'ils soient destines a la manipulation de donnees, aux traitements statistiques, aux estimations econometriques ou a des simulations, et de nombreux fichiers successifs de resultats. Maitriser l'ensemble des etapes du projet de recherche est indispensable si l'on souhaite pouvoir reproduire ou repliquer les resultats a long terme… Expand
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