International Seminar “Best Practices for reliable research”

An interesting initiative, which was organized by the Warrington College of Business at University of Florida, and addressed the issue of “Best practices for reliable research”.

Following the topics, speakers and videos concerning this seminar:


How Abductive Reasoning Promotes Robust and Reliable Research Practices

  • Peter Bamberger, Editor-in-Chief, Academy of Management Discoveries

The Crucial Role of Replication in Robust and Reliable Research

  • Rich Bettis, Former Co-Editor, Strategic Management Journal

Inference and Replication in Strategy Science

  • Brent Goldfarb, Associate Editor, Management Science—Entrepreneurship and Innovation

External Validity and the Replication Crisis: Reflections on the Replication Corner

  • John Lynch, Co-Editor, Replication Corner, International Journal of Research in Marketing

Causal Identification through a Cumulative Body of Research in the Study of Strategy and Organizations

  • J. Myles Shaver, Associate Editor, Strategy Science

The Advantages of Starting with Theory: Addressing the Issue of HARKing

  • Jason Shaw, Editor-in-Chief, Academy of Management Journal

How Computation Models Can Facilitate Robust Theory Development, Testing, and Implementation in Organization Science

  • Jeff Vancouver, Thought leader on computational models of human-environment interactions


The Reproducibility of Empirical Management Research: Tests, Applications, and Recommendations

  • Don Bergh, Methods Task Force Chair, Journal of Management

Resampling Methods: Resting Robustness and Reliability (but Really Replicability)

  • Paul Bliese, Editor-in-Chief, Organizational Research Methods

Using Formal Models to Study Strategy and Organizations

  • Felipe Csaszar, Senior Editor, Organization Science

How Graphical Methods Can Improve Robustness and Reliability in Management Research

  • Henrich Greve, Editor-in-Chief, Administrative Science Quarterly

Robustness and Reliability in the Analysis of Count Data

  • Deepak Somaya, Thought leader on human capital, relational asset, and intellectual property

Open Data + Robust Workflow: Towards Reproducible Empirical Research on Organic Data

  • Heng Xu, Thought leader on information sciences and big data
  • Nan Zhang, Thought leader on robustness and reliability in web data analytics

Robustness and Reliability in Web Data Analytics

  • Nan Zhang, Thought leader on information sciences and big data

Using Meta-Analysis to Evaluate Effect Size Heterogeneity and Inform the Robustness of Research Findings

  • Zhen Zhang, Associate Editor, Personnel Psychology


Replications and Reproducibility in IO-OB-HR Research: How Are We Doing, and Can We Do Better?

  • Gilad Chen, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Applied Psychology

Ethical Socialization of Management Scholars: Perspectives from Professional and Organizational Socialization Research

  • John Kammeyer-Mueller, Associate Editor, Personnel Psychology

Robust and Reliable Organizational Science: Problems and Prospects

  • Steve Kozlowski, Former Editor, Journal of Applied Psychology

Best Editorial Practices Associated with Robust and Reliable Research in the Science of Organizations

  • Fred Oswald, Senior Associate Editor, Journal of Management

Life After P-hacking

  • Joseph Simmons, Associate Editor, Management Science—Judgment and Decision Making