Empirical Etiquette

I was inspired by Tim Simcoe's "empirical etiquette", which is much more focused on specific econometric techniques. 

Empirical etiquette is a set of fundamental principles for conducting and presenting empirical research. It provides a sufficient level of transparency to other scholars about the data generating process, variable construction, and analysis so that future researchers can reproduce the project and attempt faithful replications in other contexts. 

I aspire to good empirical etiquette in all of my research. And I often provide this guidance to authors in my role as Associate Editor for Administrative Science Quarterly