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Monographies Mueller-Langer, Frank We explore whether there is a gender wage gap in one of the largest EU online labor markets, PeoplePerHour.
Our unique dataset consists of , digitally tradeable tasks of 55, hiring employers from countries and 65, workers from countries that made more than 2.
Our data allows us to track the complete hiring process from the employers' design of proposed contracts to the competition among workers and the final agreement between employers and successful candidates.
We also find that female workers propose lower wage bills and are more likely to win the competition for contracts. We provide empirical evidence for heterogeneity of the gender wage gap in some of the job categories, all job difficulty levels and some of the worker countries.
Finally, for some subsamples we find a statistically significant but very small "reverse" gender wage gap.
Does data disclosure have an impact on citations? Four leading economics journals introduced a data disclosure policy between and We use panel data consisting of 17, article citing-year observations from to for articles published in these journals.
On the other hand, the citation impacts of publication are substantial and precisely estimated. Our pre- and post-publication citation data allow us to identify the citation effects of data disclosure and publication, while controlling for intrinsic article quality.
We investigate how often replication studies are published in empirical economics and what types of journal articles are eventually replicated.
We find that from to 0. We take into account the results of replication negating or reinforcing and the extent of replication: narrow replication studies are typically devoted to mere replication of prior work while scientific replication studies provide a broader analysis.
We find evidence that higher-impact articles and articles by authors from leading institutions are more likely to be subject to published replication studies whereas the probability of published replications is lower for articles that appeared in higher-ranked journals.
Universities in developing countries have rarely been able to subscribe to academic journals in the past.
Here we analyze the effect of OARE registration on scientific output by research institutions in five developing countries. We apply a difference-in-difference estimation method using panel data for 18, journal articles from research institutions.
These results are robust when we apply instrumental variables to account for the information diffusion process and a Bayesian estimation method to control for self-selection into the initiative.
DOI This study focuses on collaborative economy platforms that specialize in purely digital tasks that require no physical delivery or proximity between workers and their clients, which we call Online Labour Markets OLMs.
They have a global reach. There is a debate on job fragmentation and deteriorating working conditions in OLMs. This study emphasizes the economic opportunities and explores a the drivers of global trade in digital tasks, b the determinants of online wages and c the welfare impact of OLMs on workers and employers.
Our findings cannot necessarily be generalised to other OLMs with different characteristics. Using panel data we find that the vast majority of employers are located in high-income countries while many workers are located in low-income countries.
Workers in low-income countries are motivated to participate mostly by labour productivity gains and the corresponding higher wages. Workers in high income countries combine opportunities for additional work and income with the benefits of flexible time use and other non-wage benefits.
Employers are motivated by wage savings and task unbundling. Despite the global nature of digital OLMs, there is an impression of home bias in hiring.
OLMs are heterogeneous markets where about half of all transactions are settled above the lowest price bid. Workers' skills and experience as well as their countries of residence have an impact on the agreed wage and the probability of being hired.
Worker quality signaling induces superstar effects and a very uneven distribution of work. Unobservable non-monetized benefits such as increased flexibility and savings in transport or migration costs for workers and task unbundling for employers give a further boost to welfare.
The extent of unbundling is demonstrated by the very short duration of the average task in this OLM: slightly less than 8 hours.
Workers in this case study platform are self-employed and responsible for compliance with regulations in their country of residence.
Revise-and-Resubmit, Research Policy Replication studies are considered a hallmark of good scientific practice. Yet they are treated among researchers as an ideal to be professed but not practiced.
To provide incentives and favorable boundary conditions for replication practice, the main stakeholders need to be aware of what drives replication.
Here we investigate how often replication studies are published in empirical economics and what types of journal articles are replicated.
We find that from to less than 0. We do not find empirical support that mandatory data disclosure policies or the availability of data or code have a significant effect on the incidence of replication.
The mere provision of data repositories may be ineffective, unless accompanied by appropriate incentives. However, we find that higher-impact articles and articles by authors from leading institutions are more likely to be subject of published replication studies whereas the replication probability is lower for articles published in higher-ranked journals.
Under review sent to referees , Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization Universities in developing countries have rarely been able to subscribe to academic journals in the past.
The objective of this guide is twofold. First, it shall enable interested readers to understand and reproduce the process of collecting author-specific citation metrics and publication data from the Thomson Reuters Web of Science and Scopus databases that is adopted in Andreoli-Versbach and Mueller-Langer