Data and codes for meta-analyses

This site provides web appendices for meta-analyses co-authored by researchers at the Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University, Prague. Meta-analysis is the quantitative method of research synthesis, originally developed in medical research. In economics, meta-analyses have been used for calibrating structural models, studying publication bias, and explaining the differences in the results of individual studies. The papers presented here cover many fields and have been published, for example, in the Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of the European Economic Association, and Journal of International Economics.

A new meta-analysis approach robust to publication bias, p-hacking, and spurious precision:
Meta-Analysis Instrumental Variable Estimator (MAIVE)

Macroeconomics Energy and environmental economics International economics Financial economics and other fields
The site and research presented here has been supported by Charles University (project Primus/17/HUM/16) and the Czech Science Foundation (project 21-09231S).