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2020
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE)
Atanda, A. & Reed, W.R.Not Evidence for Baumol's Cost Disease
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2020
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE)
Collischon, M.Trends in the Gender Wage Gap in the US
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2020
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management
Andor, M., Gerster, A., Peters, J., & Schmidt, C. M.
Social norms and energy conservation beyond the US
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2020PloS OneYu, F., Hein, N. A., & Bagenda, D. S.
Preventing HIV and HSV-2 through knowledge and attitudes: A replication study of a multi-component community-based intervention in Zimbabwe
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2019American Economic ReviewCaselli, F., & Ciccone, A.The human capital stock: A generalized approach: Comment
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2019Critical Finance ReviewDrienko, J., Smith, T., & Reibnitz, A. V.A review of the return-illiquidity relationship
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2019Critical Finance ReviewHarris, L., & Amata, A.Illiquidity and stock returns: Cross-section and time-series effects: A Replication
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2019Critical Finance Review
Kazumori, E., Fang, F., Sharman, R., Takeda, F., & Yu, H.
Asset pricing with liquidity risk: A replication and out-of-sample tests with the recent US and the Japanese market data
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2019Critical Finance ReviewLi, H., Novy-Marx, R., & Velikov, MLiquidity risk and asset pricing
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2019Critical Finance ReviewPontiff, J. & Singla, R.Liquidity risk?
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2019Econ Journal WatchKuvvet, E.Are a few huge outcomes distorting financial misconduct research?
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2019Econ Journal WatchLott Jr, J. R., & Moody, C. E.Is the United States an outlier in public mass shootings? A comment on Adam Lankford
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2019Econ Journal WatchMoody, C. E., & Marvell, T. B.Do right to carry laws increase violent crime? A Comment on Donohue, Aneja, and Weber
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2019
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal
Duan, J., Qian, X., Das, K. K., Meriluoto, L., & Reed, W. R.
A replication of "The role of intermediaries in facilitating trade" (Journal of International Economics, 2011)
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2019
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal
Roger, L.
A replication of ‘The long-run impact of foreign aid in 36 African countries: Insights from multivariate time series analysis’ (Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 2014)
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2019Empirical Economics
Runst, P., Thomä, J., Haverkamp, K., & Müller, K.
A replication of 'Entry regulation and entrepreneurship: A natural experiment in German craftsmanship'
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2019Energy EconomicsAgovino, M., Bartoletto, S., & Garofalo, A.Modelling the relationship between energy intensity and GDP for European countries: an historical perspective (1800–2000).
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2019Energy Economics
Alptekin, A., Broadstock, D. C., Chen, X., & Wang, D.
Time-varying parameter energy demand functions: Benchmarking state-space methods against rolling-regressions.
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2019Energy EconomicsBernstein, D. H., & Parmeter, C. F.Returns to scale in electricity generation: Replicated and revisited
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2019Energy EconomicsBruns, S. B., König, J., & Stern, D. I.Replication and robustness analysis of ‘energy and economic growth in the USA: a multivariate approach’.
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2019Energy EconomicsCarnero, M. A., & Pérez, A.Leverage effect in energy futures revisited.
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2019Energy EconomicsCook, S., & Fosten, J.Replicating rockets and feathers.
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2019Energy Economics
Filip, O., Janda, K., Kristoufek, L., & Zilberman, D.
Food versus fuel: An updated and expanded evidence.
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2019Energy Economics
Henningsen, A., Henningsen, G., & van der Werf, E.
Capital-labour-energy substitution in a nested CES framework: A replication and update of Kemfert (1998): A replication and update of Kemfert (1998).
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2019Energy Economics
Ho, A. T., Huynh, K. P., & Jacho-Chávez, D. T.
Using nonparametric copulas to measure crude oil price co-movements.
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2019Energy EconomicsHolmes, M. J., & Otero, J.Re-examining the movements of crude oil spot and futures prices over time.
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2019Energy EconomicsJo, S., Karnizova, L., & Reza, A.Industry effects of oil price shocks: A re-examination.
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2019Energy EconomicsKarakaya, E., Alataş, S., & Yılmaz, B.Replication of Strazicich and List (2003): Are Co2 emission levels converging among industrial countries?.
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2019Energy EconomicsKim, G., & Vera, D.Recent drivers of the real oil price: revisiting and extending Kilian's (2009) findings.
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2019Energy EconomicsKristoufek, L.Are the crude oil markets really becoming more efficient over time? Some new evidence.
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2019Energy EconomicsLei, Z., & Tsai, C. H.Market deregulation and nuclear safety.
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2019Energy EconomicsMann, J., & Sephton, P. (2019).
A (negative) replication of ‘The relationship between energy consumption, energy prices, and economic growth: Time series evidence from Asian developing countries’(Energy Economics, 2000).
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2019Energy EconomicsMavisakalyan, A., & Tarverdi, Y.Oil and women: A re-examination.
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2019Energy EconomicsSheldon, T. L.Carbon emissions and economic growth: a replication and extension.
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2019Energy EconomicsTchatoka, F. D., Masson, V., & Parry, S.Linkages between oil price shocks and stock returns revisited.
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2019Energy EconomicsValitov, N.Risk premia in the German day-ahead electricity market revisited: The impact of negative prices.
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2019International EconomicsCharles, A., & Darné, O.Volatility estimation for Bitcoin: Replication and robustness
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2019
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics
Bédécarrats, F., Guérin, I., Morvan-Roux, S., & Roubaud, F
Estimating microcredit impact with low take-up, contamination and inconsistent data. A replication study of Crépon, Devoto, Duflo, and Pariente (American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2015)
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2019
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics
Jaeger, D. A., Joyce, T. J., & Kaestner, R.Tweet sixteen and pregnant: Missing links in the causal chain from reality TV to fertility
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2019
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE)
Hong, S.
Meta-analysis and publication bias: How well does the FAT-PET-PEESE procedure work? A replication study of Alinaghi & Reed (Research Synthesis Methods, 2018)
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2019
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE)
Roberts, G.Revisiting the drivers of natural gas prices. A replication study of Brown & Yücel (The Energy Journal, 2008)
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2019
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics (IREE)
Xu, J.Semiparametric value-at-risk estimation of portfolios. A replication study of Dias (Journal of Banking & Finance, 2014)
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2019International Review of Law and EconomicsBrady, J., Evans, M. F., & Wehrly, E. W.Reputational penalties for environmental violations: A pure and scientific replication study
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2019International Review of Law and EconomicsSalmanowitz, N., & Spamann, H.Does the supreme court really not apply Chevron when it should?
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2019International Review of Law and EconomicsSander, R.Replication of mismatch research: Ayres, Brooks and Ho
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsBerger, T., & Kempa, B.Testing for time variation in the natural rate of interest
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsFu, B.Bubbles and crises: Replicating the Anundsen et al.(2016) results
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsGarratt, A., Vahey, S. P., & Zhang, Y.Real-time forecast combinations for the oil price
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsHerwartz, H.Long‐run neutrality of demand shocks: Revisiting Blanchard and Quah (1989) with independent structural shocks
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsKim, J., & Wang, L.Hidden group patterns in democracy developments: Bayesian inference for grouped heterogeneity
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsKim, K. I., Luo, Y., & Su, Y.A robust approach to estimating production functions: Replication of the ACF procedure
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsLof, M.Expected market returns: SVIX, realized volatility, and the role of dividends
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsLuvsannyam, D., & Batmunkh, K.
A factor augmented vector autoregressive (FAVAR) approach for monetary policy: Replication of the empirical results in “Measuring the effects of monetary policy”
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsMillo, G.Private returns to R&D in the presence of spillovers, revisited
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2019Journal of Applied EconometricsPostepska, A.Ethnic capital and intergenerational transmission of educational attainment
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2019Journal of Development EffectivenessAlinaghi, N.Mobile money, risk sharing, and transaction costs: A replication study of evidence from kenya's mobile money revolution.
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2019Journal of Development EffectivenessAtanda, A. A.Biometric smartcards and payment disbursement: A replication study of building state capacity in india.
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2019Journal of Development EffectivenessLhachimi, S. K., & Seuring, T.
Thou shalt be given. but how? A replication study and extended cost-effectiveness analysis of a randomized experiment on food assistance in northern ecuador.
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2019Journal of Development Effectiveness
Meneses, J., Ventura, E., Elorreaga, O., Huaroto, C., Aguilar, G., & Beteta, E.
Improving well-being through mobile money: A replication study in niger.
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2019Journal of Development EffectivenessWang, H., & Luo, J.The short-term impact of unconditional cash transfers: A replication study of a randomized controlled trial in kenya.
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2019Journal of Development Studies
Basurto, M. P., Burga, R., Flor Toro, J. L., & Huaroto, C.
Note–walking on solid ground: A replication study of 'Housing health and happiness'
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2019Journal of Development StudiesCarvalho, N., & Rokicki, S.The impact of India's Janani Suraksha Yojana conditional cash transfer programme: A replication study
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2019Journal of Development StudiesKorte, J. E., Djimeu, E. W., & Calvo, F. A.Evidence of behavioural compensation in internal replication study of male circumcision trial to reduce HIV acquisition in Kisumu, Kenya
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2019Journal of Development Studies
Whitney, E. M., Cameron, D. B., & Winters, P. C.
Heterogeneous effects of urban land titling: A replication of 'Property rights for the poor'
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2019Journal of Development StudiesWood, B. D., & Dong, M.Recalling extra data: A replication study of finding missing markets
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2019Journal of Economic PsychologyDanková, K., & Servátka, M.Gender robustness of overconfidence and excess entry
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2019Journal of Economics and DevelopmentNguyen, C. V.Impacts of rural roads on household welfare in Vietnam: Evidence from a replication study
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2019PloS OneChen, B., & Alam, M.Stretching HIV treatment: A replication study of task shifting in South Africa
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2019PloS OneDjimeu, E. W., & Heard, A. C.Treatment of HIV among tuberculosis patients: A replication study of timing of antiretroviral therapy for HIV-1-associated tuberculosis
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2019Public Finance ReviewCalabrese, T. D., & Gupta, A.A replication of “Agency problems of excess endowment holdings in not-for-profit firms” (Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2006)
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2019Public Finance ReviewClarke, C., & Batina, R. G.A replication of “Is public expenditure productive?” (Journal of Monetary Economics, 1989)
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2019Public Finance ReviewMusau, A.A replication study of “Openness, country size, and government zize” (Journal of Public Economics 2009)
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2019Review of Economics and StatisticsSabia, J. J., Pitts, M. M., & Argys, L. M.Are minimum wages a silent killer? New evidence on drunk driving fatalities
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2019Review of Economics and StatisticsStephens Jr, M., & Unayama, T.Estimating the impacts of program benefits: Using instrumental variables with underreported and imputed data
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2018American Economic ReviewJentsch, C., & Lunsford, K.The dynamic effects of personal and corporate income tax changes in the United States: Comment
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2018American Economic ReviewShrinivas, A., & Fafchamps, M.Testing efficient risk sharing with heterogeneous risk preferences: Comment
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2018American Economic ReviewVieider, F. M.Violence and risk preference: Experimental evidence from Afghanistan: Comment
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2018Applied Economics
Akhtaruzzaman, M., Hajzler, C., & Owen, P.D.
Does institutional quality resolve the Lucas Paradox?
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2018Econ Journal Watch
Beleche, T., Lew, N., Summers, R. L., & Kirby, J. L.
Are graphic warning labels stopping millions of smokers? A comment on Huang, Chaloupka, and Fong
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2018Econ Journal WatchMoody, C. E., & Marvell, T. B.The impact of right-to-carry laws: A critique of the 2014 version of Aneja, Donohue, and Zhang
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2018Econ Journal WatchYoung, A.Will the real specification please stand up? A comment on Andrew Bird and Stephen Karolyi
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2018
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal
Belaire-Franch, J.Exchange rates expectations and chaotic dynamics: A replication study
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2018
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal
Coupé, T.Replicating" Predicting the present with Google trends" by Hyunyoung Choi and Hal Varian (The Economic Record, 2012)
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2018
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal
Edwards, J.A replication of" Education and catch-up in the industrial revolution"(American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 2011)
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2018
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal
Jorge, B. F.Exchange rates expectations and chaotic dynamics: A replication study
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2018
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal
Moundigbaye, M., Rea, W. S., & Reed, W. R.
Which panel data estimator should I use? A corrigendum and extension
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2018Empirical EconomicsMusau, A., & Veka, S.Crude oil trade and current account deficits: Replication and extension
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2018
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics
Bazen, S., & Marimoutou, V.
Federal minimum wage hikes do reduce teenage employment: A replication study of Bazen & Marimoutou (Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 2002)
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2018
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics
Friesenbichler, K.Inflation and broadband revisited: Evidence from an OECD panel. A replication study of Yi and Choi (Journal of Policy Modeling, 2005)
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2018
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics
Roodman, D.Malaria eradication in the Americas: A replication study of Bleakley (American Economic Journal. Applied Economics, 2010)
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2018
International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics
Roodman, D.The impacts of hookworm eradication in the American south. A replication study of Bleakley (The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2007)
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsAsdrubali, P., Tedeschi, S., & Ventura, L.Heterogeneity in risk aversion and risk sharing regressions
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsBove, V., & Gokmen, G.Genetic distance, trade, and the diffusion of development
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsChang, A. C., Li, P., & Martin, S. M.Comparing cross-country estimates of Lorenz curves using a Dirichlet distribution across estimators and datasets
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsDynarski, S., Jacob, B., & Kreisman, D.
How important are fixed effects and time trends in estimating returns to schooling? Evidence from a replication of Jacobson, Lalonde, and Sullivan, 2005
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsGillitzer, C., & McCarthy, M.Does global inflation help forecast inflation in industrialized countries?
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsPak, A.Predicting crude oil prices: Replication of the empirical results in “What do we learn from the price of crude oil?”
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsShen, S., & Pang, J.Measuring the diffusion of housing prices across space and over time: Replication and further evidence
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2018Journal of Applied EconometricsSpolaore, E., & Wacziarg, R.Ancestry and development: New evidence
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