Peer review

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  1. Retrospective correction: how far back do we go?

  2. An author thinks that a journal’s decision not to publish is ethically incorrect

  3. Editor as author in own journal

  4. Editorial misconduct

  5. A member of an author group listed on a paper denies authorship

  6. Author requests for certain experts not to be included in the editorial process

  7. Author of rejected paper publicly names and criticises peer reviewer

  8. In the news: May 2018 Digest

    Sarah Gillmore - 4th Nov 2018

    Conflicts of Interest An article in discusses a paper published in the BMJ which was widely picked up in the news, but where the peer reviewers had close affiliations with the authors, and wonders if there are wider unexamined conflic ...

  9. In the news: October 2018 Digest

    Sarah Gillmore - 28th Nov 2018

    Journal Management This month’s topic is “journal management” and on first blush, it isn’t obvious how the concept of “ethics” applies to this topic. I thought of things like selection and implementation of a manuscript manager, paying bills, identifying ...

  10. Advice regarding a weird type of content and its authorship