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  • News

    Case Discussion: Editor and reviewers requiring authors to cite their own work

    …discussion document which will be ready, on our website, early this year. Nancy Chescheir on behalf of the COPE Education Subcommittee   Read January 2019 COPE Digest newsletter and use the COPE…
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    In the news: February 2021

    …process and their attempts to reverse the damage done by this fraud. A review of over 75,000 funding proposals to the European Union "Marie Curie Actions" from 2007- 2018 concluded that organisational changes, such as the number of evaluation criteria used or the use of virtual rather than in-person consensus meetings do not significantly influence the
  • Case

    New claim to authorship of published paper

    …within the same university due to a breakdown of relations with his previous supervisor, and proceeded to complete his PhD in January 2013.The internal document is not in English, but it is apparent that close to 75% of the content of the journal paper has effectively been taken from the internal document. [This has been checked roughly through the use of online translation. The majority of…
  • News

    Research integrity and how to buy a Persian carpet: TOP Guidelines, part 2

    …Picture by Garry Knight (Flickr: Persian Carpet) CC BY-SA 2.0 at In “The art of buying a carpet,” Simon Busch suggests that a wise carpet buyer checks a carpet’s knot count (“You will find much truth under the carpet: turn it…
  • Forum discussion topics

    Ethical considerations around book publishing

    …entire work? We have the technology to access individual chapters, without accessing the whole book, so ethical statements on a chapter level is desirable. Who is responsible for ethics in book publishing? If journal articles are published with a CC-BY license, can the author publish a similar article in a book as a chapter? From a copyright legal…
  • News

    In the news: January 2019 Digest

    …this could be rectified and argues the case for changing the cultural norms to allow this. COPE Council member Deborah Kahn Read 
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    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: April 2019

    …What we’ve learned: Reflections at the end of our term as COPE Co-Chairs Image credit: CC-BY-SA-3.0-migrated Jerry We often reflect…
  • Seminars

    …CrossMarkWatch presentation [13:30]  Download presentation [PDF 7.5 MB] Legal issues in corrections and retractions — Joss Saunders, Blake Lapthorn SolicitorsWatch presentation [13:18]  Download…
  • News

    In the news: February Digest

    …Misconduct A review of scholarly articles on the prevalence of ghost writing in scientific literature to be between 0.9% and 75%. Resources to address this such as the European Medical Writers Association ICMJE, and WAME are addressed.
  • News

    In the news: August

    …open access and found that from the 234 respondents, about 75% understood that open access as a concept is related to the ability of readers to access the content. They were somewhat discouraged that about 30% raise concerns about cost to publish, low quality, and poor reputation for OA journals. The authors raise questions about how those researchers, who may wish to publish in OA journals to make…
  • News

    In the news: January Digest

    …for Research into Higher Education conference which was based on interviews with 75 humanities and social sciences academics, senior administrators and journal editors in China, suggested that not all scholars are keen on the “cash for articles” incentive schemes within Chinese Universities. 
  • News

    Letter from the COPE co-Chairs: December 2018

    …="">Read December Digest: Authorship Issues | Peer Review Manipulation   (Image credit: Leaf changing colour. License: CC0 Public Domain…
  • Facilitation and Integrity FAQ

    …href="mailto:[email protected]" style="text-decoration:none;">[email protected] with any other queries. COPE resources are available under a CC BY-NC-ND license, and thus the resources may be used by journals and publishers regardless of whether they are COPE members. A reference to COPE materials or COPE standards on the journal’s…
  • COPE Privacy Policy

    …    5) WHO WE SHARE DATA WITH COPE shares personal data with the third parties listed in the table in this spreadsheet. They are contracted directly to COPE, providing us with services such as accounting, billing, printing,…
  • News

    In the news: June Digest

    …target="_blank"> Among ~1000 Japanese surveyed researchers, 95% have shared their  data. 75% were motivated to do so because the discoverability of their data is considered important; 50% wanted to progress their field of research and 42% for transparency. This infographic presents further details about how data are shared.