Peer review

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  1. COPE statement on inappropriate manipulation of peer review processes

    Linda Gough - 26th Oct 2017

    The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)  has become aware of systematic, inappropriate attempts to manipulate the peer review processes of several journals across different publishers. These manipulations appear to have been orchestrated by a number of ...

  2. COPE Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers- English
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    Cynthia Clerk - 26th Oct 2017

    Peer review in all its forms plays an important role in ensuring the integrity of the scholarly record. The process depends to a large extent on trust, and requires that everyone involved behaves responsibly and ethically. Peer reviewers play a central an ...

  3. What instructions and guidance do journals provide to their reviewers to assess submitted manuscripts?: A survey with particular emphasis on the use of reporting guidelines

    Cynthia Clerk - 30th Oct 2017

    The project aims to survey journals’ instructions to reviewers of submitted manuscripts. The study will summarise if and how journals use reporting guidelines in the peer review process, and will explore how effective the editors have found reporting guid ...

  4. Reviewer concerns about transparency of peer review process

    Case number: 
    16-03
    Year: 
    2016
    Resolution: 
    Case Closed
  5. Author requests for certain experts not to be included in the editorial process

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

  7. Author requests permission to publish review comments

    Case number: 
    16-13
    Year: 
    2016
    Resolution: 
    Case Closed
  8. Case histories and post publication debate

  9. Is it plagiarism to use text verbatim from a manuscript review?

  10. Lead author of a research paper disagrees with content of a linked editorial

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