An example of successful innovation by distributed teams: academiaListen now (24 min) | Why remote collaboration is becoming so common in academia, and what we can learn from it
No editors -> no publication bias?Listen now (12 min) | Evidence from preprint servers
Innovation gets (mostly) harderListen now (20 min) | Micro and macro evidence on the productivity of R&D over time
Why is publication bias worse in some fields than in others?Listen now (14 min) | Hard sciences don't seem to have so many problems; why?
Publication Bias is a Real ThingListen now (22 min) | Estimating the size of the file drawer problem
An example of high returns to publicly funded R&DListen now (20 min) | Quasi-experimental evidence from R&D grants to small businesses
What are the returns to R&D? Listen now (24 min) | A Thought Experiment by Jones and Summers
One Study, Many ResultsListen now (17 min) | Replication is hard, even without publication bias
Measuring Knowledge Spillovers: The Trouble with Patent CitationsListen now (17 min) | A paper trail for knowledge spillovers? Only kind of...
Ripples in the River of KnowledgeListen now (17 min) | Measuring the flow of science from upstream to downstream
More Science Leads to More InnovationListen now (19 min) | It's not the only thing, but it's a thing
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