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One thing that those looking in on this thread might do is check out the pilot projects on active citation/research transparency that are posted at the web site of the Qualitative Data Repository here:
What is the value-added in the pilot projects to you as a reader? Does it seem worth the added effort?
I'd be especially interested in the views of those who did the pilot projects on how much work it took and whether they think the added accessibility or transparency for readers was worth that level of effort.
Cologne Center for Comparative Politics, Universität zu Köln
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One important question is when the costs of achieving data transparency outweigh the benefits. How costly has it been for empirical researchers and when did they feel that the costs exceed the benefits?