Peer review

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  1. Reviewer requesting addition of multiple citations of their own work

  2. What to do if you suspect systematic manipulation of the publication process

    Sarah Gillmore - 5th Mar 2019

                      Manipulation of the publication process is a relatively new form of misconduct affecting the publishing industry. This editorial describes what it is, why it is difficult for individual journal editors and publishers to handle and the ba ...

  3. What to do if you suspect peer review manipulation

    Sarah Gillmore - 11th Mar 2019

    COPE's flowchart on what to do if you suspect peer review manipulation discovered either during or after the peer review process. What to do if you suspect peer review manipulation  (Version 1, November 2018) Back to main flowcharts page Resource typ ...

  4. Diversity in Peer Review: Survey Results

    Sarah Gillmore - 11th Mar 2019

    Diversity in Peer Review The theme of this year’s Peer Review Week (10-15 September 2018) was diversity and inclusion in peer review. To understand more about how the COPE community views this topic, the COPE Member Services Subcommittee launched a 3-week ...

  5. Dispute arising from peer review of a rejected comment and published correction

  6. COPE Forum: Monday 11 February 2019

    Sarah Gillmore - 5th Feb 2019

    Date & Time:  Monday, 11 February 2019- 4:00pm Location:  Webinar Register  for the next online COPE Forum, Monday 11 February 2019, 4pm-5.30pm (GMT). All members are welcome to join this Forum which will be held by webinar. It follows the usual forma ...

  7. Meeting Report: America Philosophical Association

    Sarah Gillmore - 8th Mar 2019

    Deborah Poff, COPE Vice-Chair and Chair Elect, recently presented COPE views on a variety of issues and activities related to publication ethics and philosophy. Deborah presented the current commitment of COPE to assess and respond to particular issues fo ...