Concerns about the credibility of social science have increased calls for more transparency, but many academic incentives undermine individual efforts. Institutional changes are needed to substantially transform conventional practices. The authors present a series of specific actions that can be taken by different actors in social science knowledge production: journals, reviewers, professional organizations, teachers, universities and departments, funding sources, and data providers.
Freese, J., & King, M. M. (2018). Institutionalizing Transparency. Socius, 4, 2378023117739216. https://doi.org/10.1177/2378023117739216
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