SPPQ editors write about their decision to adopt DA-RT–“simply a codification of…[our] longstanding replication policies”–and why they won’t agree to a delay, here.
John Patty’s new post on the Math of Politics blog says that deadlines have a “clarifying quality,” that clear policies improve editor accountability, and that a delay would hurt younger scholars.
Find Chris Blattman’s analysis of DA-RT and explanation of why he signed the delay petition “to build a broader consensus and coalition” here.
As of 12 pm ET on November 9, there were more than 850 signatures on the petition to journal editors to delay the implementation of DA-RT.
If you want to sign the petition, go to the petition site, scroll down past the hundreds of names of signatories to find the fillable form, and enter your name, affiliation and email. Signing will close after November 11.
As of November 8, 2015, 5:15 pm, the petition to journal editors to delay the implementation of DA-RT has over 750 signatures. Find the petition here.
This petition calls on journal editors who signed the “Journal Editors’ Transparency Statement” (JETS) to delay implementation in order to give different research communities in political science a chance to deliberate and propose appropriate standards of transparency. Find (and sign) the petition here.