Adam Altmejd
Adam Altmejd
Researcher, Swedish Institute for Social Research
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Evaluating the replicability of social science experiments in Nature and Science between 2010 and 2015
CF Camerer, A Dreber, F Holzmeister, TH Ho, J Huber, M Johannesson, ...
Nature human behaviour 2 (9), 637-644, 2018
Evaluating replicability of laboratory experiments in economics
CF Camerer, A Dreber, E Forsell, TH Ho, J Huber, M Johannesson, ...
Science 351 (6280), 1433-1436, 2016
O brother, where start thou? Sibling spillovers on college and major choice in four countries
A Altmejd, A Barrios-Fernández, M Drlje, J Goodman, M Hurwitz, D Kovac, ...
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 136 (3), 1831-1886, 2021
Predicting the replicability of social science lab experiments
A Altmejd, A Dreber, E Forsell, J Huber, T Imai, M Johannesson, ...
PloS one 14 (12), e0225826, 2019
Using prediction markets to forecast research evaluations
MR Munafo, T Pfeiffer, A Altmejd, E Heikensten, J Almenberg, A Bird, ...
Royal Society open science 2 (10), 150287, 2015
Inheritance of fields of study
A Altmejd
CESifo Working Paper, 2024
Nowcasting COVID-19 statistics reported with delay: a case-study of Sweden and the UK
A Altmejd, J Rocklöv, J Wallin
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 20 (4), 3040, 2023
Business education and portfolio returns
A Altmejd, T Jansson, Y Karabulut
IZA DP No. 16976, 2024
Inequality in college applications: Evidence from three continents
A Altmejd, A Bizopoulou, M Kaila, A Barrios-Fernández, C Neilson, ...
Working Paper, 2022
Inequality and COVID-19 in Sweden: Relative risks of nine bad life events, by four social gradients, in pandemic vs. prepandemic years
A Altmejd, O Östergren, E Björkegren, T Persson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (46), e2303640120, 2023
Betydelsen av en virtuell agents sociala förmĺga
A Altmejd, A Vallinder
Student research paper. Lund, Sweden: Lund University., 2007
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