APSA calls for deliberation about Research Transparency and Interpretability, welcomes comments on PSNow website

On the PSNow website, APSA is calling for questions, observations, experiences, and proposals in the hopes of fostering conversation on research transparency and interpretability, and how it should or should not be implemented.

Specific categories include:

  • Confidentiality and anonymity
  • Cost in time or money
  • Transparency or interpretability in archival work
  • Transparency in big data
  • Transparency or interpretability in field work
  • Relevance for political theory or political philosophy
  • Embargos on making public new research materials
  • Editors’ decision-making process
  • Appeals from editors’ decisions
  • Consistency across journals
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