Martin Schweinsberg

I try to understand why negotiations end without an agreement. I also develop collaborative, crowdsourced solutions to help make science more open.

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Case study: Exploring a universe of analyses

Identifying analysis-contingent results with multiverse analyses You have your data, you did your analysis, you have some results – and yet you’re not sure: could the results have been different? What if you choose a slightly different analytical technique? What if you added a covariate, limited the sample, or measured a variable differently? Maybe you’re so curious that you change any of...

Award-winning case available for free!

We were delighted to learn that our “Dual Career Case” has won the “Women in Business” category in this year’s EFMD Global Case Competition. Lara Bekhazi (INSEAD), Horacio Falcao (INSEAD), Eric Luis Uhlmann (INSEAD), and myself (ESMT Berlin) wrote this negotiation exercise between a dual career couple who try to agree on how they can best thrive in their professional and personal lives. Find out...

Crowdsourcing data analysis paper coming out in OBHDP (open access)

We are happy to report that our paper entitled “Same data, different conclusions: Radical dispersion in empirical results when independent analysts operationalize and test the same hypothesis” is forthcoming at Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. We examine both paths taken and not taken by multiple analysts who reported radically different analyses and dispersed empirical...

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