Minimal transparency is undermining the credibility of the social sciences

Tom Hardwicke, Joshua Wallach, Mallory Kidwell & John Ioannidis
Policy decisions based on flawed research can have substantial economic, social, and individual costs. Recently there have been calls for improved transparency in the social sciences to ensure that a robust evidence base is available to policy makers. New initiatives such as the Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines have been launched in an effort to improve the transparency and credibility of the scientific literature. However, the cumulative effect of these initiatives is currently unknown....
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