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  • Research

    Data sharing policies in scholarly publications: interdisciplinary comparisons

    Michal Tal-Socher and Adrian Ziderman, are the authors of a paper funded by a COPE research grant. Their paper, Data sharing policies in scholarly publications: interdisciplinary comparisons, has been published in the journal Prometheus, and gives an assessment of current preferences for data…
  • Flowcharts

    Polish: all flowcharts

    …This is COPE's flowcharts in Polish Other languages: Arabic | Chinese | Croatian | 
  • Case

    Using annual reviews to massage the impact factor

    The editor in chief of Journal A is also on the editorial board of Journal B. Journal B publishes “annual reviews” that purport to describe recent advances in the field, but only do this by discussing and citing their own content. The editor in chief of Journal A now wants to have “annual reviews” in his journal to help increase the impact factor. In your experience, is…
  • Event

    COPE European Seminar 2019

    …is Golden Tulip & Tulip Inn Leiden Centre, Schipholweg 3, 2316 XB Leiden, Netherlands. Leiden is only a 36 minute train journey from Amsterdam-Centraal to Leiden-Centraal, and a 20 minute
  • Seminars and webinars

    European Seminar 2019: Text Recycling Research Project

    …src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/jK9e36vkiM8" width="100%"> Speakers from the Text Recycling Research Project (TRRP) Michael Pemberton, Georgia Southern University. Professor of Writing Linguistics, Director of the University Writing Center, and Editor of Across the Disciplines.  "What do gatekeepers across academic fields believe about appropriate text recycling practice?" Cary Moskovitz (Lead…
  • Seminars and webinars

    Seminar 2021: Ethical practice in research data publication - challenges, lessons and opportunities

    … Over the past decade, we have seen a marked increase in the publication of research data, driven by journal, funder, and institutional policies. This has brought ethical challenges specific to datasets, which can affect the journal publication related to the…
  • Case

    Plagiarism

    The reviewer of a paper contacted Journal A to point out that a significant proportion of a review paper, on occupational stress measures, was a near verbatim copy of a longer review in a journal of a different, though related, speciality. The editor of journal A confirmed this was the case. Not only were the descriptions of the measures lifted from the previous publication, but also comments a…
  • News

    In the news: March 2018 Digest

    …href="http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/releases/amp-amp0000263.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/releases/amp-amp0000263.pdf Sabina Leonelli highlights concerns over how big and open data are currently managed and how these concerns might be addressed
  • Case

    Competing interests question

    An online post-publication literature evaluation service aiming to highlight the best papers in medicine, received an evaluation of a basic science study funded by an NIHM grant. The evaluator declared in his/her competing interests that he/she is the director of a project that included the evaluated study as one of its components. The overall project was funded by an NIHM grant and paid the sa…
  • News

    Letter from the COPE Chair: October 2020

    …href="https://publicationethics.org/publishers-perspective-paper-mills">publisher perspective that describes collective actions required to help address these issues. Finally, my congratulations to Michal Tal-Socher and Adrian Ziderman, authors of a paper funded by a COPE research grant. Their paper, Data sharing policies in scholarly publications: interdisciplinary comparisons, has been…
  • Case

    Ethical dilemma involving religious beliefs

    The editor and co-editors of a book have a query concerning an ethical dilemma involving possible authors for a book chapter. The book concerns certain diseases in pregnancy and the authors have been approached to contribute a chapter. Both authors are apparently deeply religious and have expressed a strong concern about contributing to a book in which views may be expressed that are aga…
  • News

    COPE collaboration with FORCE11 Working Group

    …href="https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.13169/prometheus.36.2.0116?seq=1">research assessing data policies at journals across a number of disciplines. The authors looked at the information sharing policies of 150 journals and publishers from 15 disciplines to understand the levels of different data sharing policies in different fields. Our collaboration with the FORCE11 WG allows us to continue our work supporting editors and publishers in handling ethical considerations…
  • Common ethical and editorial dilemmas of author misconduct: how should we respond?

    …2001 39 30 9 0 2002 18 14 4 0 2003 22 15 5 2 2004 25* 17 7 1 Total 212 163 36
  • Outcomes of editors' attempts to investigate research misconduct

    …Plagiarism 7 2 2 2 14% Total (%) 79 16 (20) 15 (19) 23 (29) 36 (46)   In about one in five cases, the individual was exonerated. But in about 20% of cases, an…
  • News

    Case discussion: Editor manipulation of impact factor

    …previous year’s or two years of articles would contribute to the score in the following year. As illustrated in case 04-36, it is doubly bad practice to pretend to review the field but mention only the same journal’s content from recent years so as to raise the…
  • Guidelines

    Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing

    …the website and available to all. 6. Licensing Licensing information should be clearly described on the website. Licensing terms should be indicated on the full text of all published articles (HTML and PDF). Content designated as Open Access must use an open licence. Licensing policies about the posting of author manuscripts and published…