Welcome to DeLMAR
Professor Tom Stanley introduces Deakin Laboratory for the Meta-Analysis of Research (DeLMAR) in the Deakin Business School.
Calories Meta-Analysis workshop
Professor Chris Dubelaar's presents on the meta-analysis of the effect on both consumers and restaurateurs of printing calories on menus.
Deakin Business Newsroom
Tom Stanley gave an invited keynote lecture, “Meta-Analysis in the Social Science: An Introduction,’ at the “Frontiers of Transition Economics” conference at Kyoto University in Kyoto, Japan. The workshop was sponsored by the Kyoto Institute of Economic Research.
Tom Stanley gave a meta-analysis seminar at the Institute of Economic Research at Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo in 2016.
Emily Kothe gave a seminar on ‘Conducting Meta-Analysis in R: A Practical Introduction’ on 30 May 2017 at Deakin University
Databases, publications, methods and working papers
The primary analytical tool used by DeLMAR is meta-regression analysis, the statistical analysis of all relevant and comparable research on a specific scientific issue or, in other words, it is quantitative research synthesis. We seek to estimate genuine empirical effects, to understand research heterogeneity and to correct specification and selection biases endemic in economics and the social sciences.