Replication : Why, Where, and How? A Synopsis

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WEIDMANN, Nils B., 2016. Replication : Why, Where, and How? A Synopsis. In: International Studies Perspectives. 17(4), pp. 439-444. ISSN 1528-3577. eISSN 1528-3585. Available under: doi: 10.1093/isp/ekv002

@article{Weidmann2016Repli-34495, title={Replication : Why, Where, and How? A Synopsis}, year={2016}, doi={10.1093/isp/ekv002}, number={4}, volume={17}, issn={1528-3577}, journal={International Studies Perspectives}, pages={439--444}, author={Weidmann, Nils B.}, note={Article Number: ekv002} }

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