In addition to regularly published material in the journal, Quantitative Economics also posts supplementary material online with its publications. It includes material to enable replication of empirical, experimental and simulation results as well as extensions of more narrow interest and other material related to papers that appear in the journal.
Supplementary material is handled as a regular part of the editorial process. As described in our Replication Policy, providing supplementary material to enable replication of empirical and experimental work is mandatory. In some other cases, as part of the process of publication, the Editor may also require that certain additional material be published on the supplementary website. If you wish to have part of your submission appear as supplementary material, you should make this known to the Editor handling your manuscript, who has final discretion over whether the material will be included on the supplementary material website.
Supplementary files can be submitted with the main paper via the on-line submission form. Large files should be compressed to .zip format. Currently the on-line submission facility only enables two attachments, so if more than two files are being submitted they would have to be submitted in a single .zip file containing a directory with all submitted files.
Licensing: Programs, data and experimental instructions are licensed by authors to be available to users to download, copy, and modify. In doing so they must acknowledge all authors as the original creators. If you have a compelling reason we may post restrictions regarding such usage.