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Stephan B. Bruns
Stephan B. Bruns
Department of Economics, University of Goettingen
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p-Curve and p-Hacking in Observational Research
SB Bruns, JPA Ioannidis
PloS one 11 (2), e0149144, 2016
1922016
The impact of electricity on economic development: A macroeconomic perspective
DI Stern, PJ Burke, SB Bruns
1722019
Is there really Granger causality between energy use and output?
SB Bruns, C Gross, DI Stern
Energy Journal 35 (4), 101-134, 2014
1202014
Reporting errors and biases in published empirical findings: Evidence from innovation research
SB Bruns, I Asanov, R Bode, M Dunger, C Funk, SM Hassan, J Hauschildt, ...
Research Policy 48 (9), 103796, 2019
512019
Determinants of economic growth: Different time different answer?
SB Bruns, JPA Ioannidis
Journal of Macroeconomics 63, 103185, 2020
472020
Estimating the economy-wide rebound effect using empirically identified structural vector autoregressions
SB Bruns, A Moneta, DI Stern
Energy Economics 97, 105158, 2021
45*2021
Lag length selection and p-hacking in Granger causality testing: prevalence and performance of meta-regression models
SB Bruns, DI Stern
Empirical Economics 56, 797-830, 2019
43*2019
Research assessment using early citation information
SB Bruns, DI Stern
Scientometrics 108, 917-935, 2016
372016
Do energy efficiency improvements reduce energy use? Empirical evidence on the economy-wide rebound effect in Europe and the United States
A Berner, S Bruns, A Moneta, DI Stern
Energy Economics 110, 105939, 2022
362022
What if energy time series are not independent? Implications for energy-GDP causality analysis
SB Bruns, C Gross
Energy Economics 40, 753-759, 2013
352013
Meta‐regression models and observational research
SB Bruns
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 79 (5), 637-653, 2017
33*2017
A multicointegration model of global climate change
SB Bruns, Z Csereklyei, DI Stern
Journal of Econometrics 214 (1), 175-197, 2020
262020
Flexibility in the selection of patent counts: Implications for p-hacking and evidence-based policymaking
SB Bruns, M Kalthaus
Research Policy 49 (1), 103877, 2020
24*2020
Footprint of publication selection bias on meta‐analyses in medicine, environmental sciences, psychology, and economics
F Bartoš, M Maier, EJ Wagenmakers, F Nippold, H Doucouliagos, ...
Research Synthesis Methods 15 (3), 500-511, 2024
172024
Are biodiversity losses valued differently when they are caused by human activities? A meta-analysis of the non-use valuation literature
A Nobel, S Lizin, R Brouwer, SB Bruns, DI Stern, R Malina
Environmental Research Letters 15 (7), 073003, 2020
172020
Replication and robustness analysis of ‘energy and economic growth in the USA: A multivariate approach’
SB Bruns, J König, DI Stern
Energy Economics 82, 100-113, 2019
122019
Reproducibility in Management Science
M Fišar, B Greiner, C Huber, E Katok, AI Ozkes, ...
Management Science 70 (3), 1343-1356, 2024
112024
The (Non‐) Significance Of Reporting Errors In Economics: Evidence From Three Top Journals
P Pütz, SB Bruns
Journal of Economic Surveys 35 (1), 348-373, 2021
102021
How large is the economy-wide rebound effect in middle income countries? Evidence from Iran
M Jafari, DI Stern, SB Bruns
Ecological Economics 193, 107325, 2022
72022
The impact of electricity on economic development: a macroeconomic perspective. EEG state-of-knowledge paper series
DI Stern, PJ Burke, SB Bruns
Oxford: Oxford policy management center for effective glocal action, 2017
62017
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