Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research Editorial Policy Update: Pre-registration of submissions based on primary data
As of January 2022, the Agricultural Economics Section of the Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research encourages authors using primary data on their submissions to pre-register their analysis. This article explains the reasons that have led the Editorial Board to include this requirement.
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