Dr. Richard Ball and Norm Medeiros, "Documenting Quantitative Research for Transparency and Reproducibility: Principles and Standards" (IU Workshop in Methods, January 26, 2018)
Richard Ball is Professor of Economics at Haverford College. His primary teaching areas are game theory and statistical methods, and he supervises several senior theses every year. His research has included theoretical papers on political economy and empirical work on development and social issues. He earned his B.A. at Williams College (self-designed major in cultural anthropology and African studies); his M.S. at Michigan State University (agricultural economics); and his Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley (agricultural and resource economics). Richard has studied or worked in Sierra Leone, Chad, Egypt and Côte d'Ivoire.
Norm Medeiros is Associate Librarian at Haverford College (PA) where he oversees the collection management and metadata services division of the Libraries. Norm has been active in the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) for many years, serving as its president for the 2015-2016 term. He has been co-Director of Project TIER (www.projecttier.org) with Richard Ball since they launched the initiative in 2013.