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Research Transparency in Brazil – creating impact step by step

I’ve recently finished a project with my Brazilian collaborator Dalson Figueiredo on fostering transparency in research and government, funded by the British Academy/Newton Fund and supported by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS). The main purpose of our project was to foster transparency in scholarly research and in Brazilian government institutions by giving workshops and running a reproducible research project on corruption convictions. Here is what I take away from this project.

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