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Openness in Political Science: Data Access and Research Transparency

Introduction

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 December 2013

Arthur Lupia
Affiliation:
University of Michigan
Colin Elman
Affiliation:
Syracuse University

Extract

In 2012, the American Political Science Association (APSA) Council adopted new policies guiding data access and research transparency in political science. The policies appear as a revision to APSA's Guide to Professional Ethics in Political Science. The revisions were the product of an extended and broad consultation with a variety of APSA committees and the association's membership.

Type
Symposium: Openness in Political Science
Copyright
Copyright © American Political Science Association 2014 

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References

REFERENCES

Elman, Colin, and Kapiszewski, Diana. 2014. “Data Access and Research Transparency in the Qualitative Tradition.” PS: Political Science and Politics 47 (1): this issue. Google Scholar
Lupia, Arthur. 2014. “What Is the Value of Social Science? Challenges for Researchers and Government Funders.” PS: Political Science and Politics 47 (1): this issue. Google Scholar