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This paper provides researchers with an objective list of checks to consider when planning a replication study with the objective of validating findings for informing policy. These replication studies should begin with a pure replication of the published results and then reanalyse the original data to address the original research question. The authors present tips for replication exercises in four categories: validity of assumptions, data transformations, estimation methods, and heterogeneousdoi:10.5018/economics-ejournal.ja.2018-53 fatcat:qqwxzbfqufc7rlkzo22lxoyw4e