List of replicated studies

Abel-Koch, Jennifer (2013). Who Uses Intermediaries in International trade? Evidence from Firm-level Survey Data. The World Economy 36 (8), 1041-1064.
replicated by: Joachim Wagner (2017). Firm size and the use of export intermediaries. A replication study of Abel-Koch (The World Economy, 2013). International Journal of Re-Views in Empirical Economics, Vol 1(2017-1).

Békés, Gábor and Balázs Muraközy (2016). Measuring productivity premia with many modes of internationalization. Economics Letters, 139 (1), 61-64.
replicated by: Joachim Wagner (2017). Productivity premia for many modes of internationalization. A replication study of Békés and Muraközy, (Economics Letters, 2016). International Journal of Re-Views in Empirical Economics, Vol 1(2017-4).

Gouda, Moamen and Sang-Min Park (2015). Religious Loyalty and Acceptance of Corruption. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik / Journal of Economics and Statistics 235 (2), 184-206. DOI: 10.1515/jbnst-2015-0206
replicated by: Joachim Wagner (2017). Religious Loyalty and Acceptance of Corruption. A replication study of Gouda and Park (Journal of Economics and Statistics, 2015). International Journal of Re-Views in Empirical Economics, Vol 1(2017-3).

McCabe, Mark J. and Christopher M. Snyder (2015). Does online availability increase citations? Theory and evidence from a panel of economics and business journals. Review of Economics and Statistics 97 (1), 144-165.
replicated by: Joachim Wagner (2017). Does online availability increase citations? A replication study of McCabe and Snyder (Review of Economics and Statistics, 2015). International Journal of Re-Views in Empirical Economics, Vol 1(2017-2).