Peer-review process

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  1. The judgement of Solomon: a case of two strikingly similar papers

  2. An article in a high profile journal that potentially misappropriates research published in lower impact journals

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

  4. In the news: September 2018 Digest

    Sarah Gillmore - 5th Oct 2018

    Peer review processes Is there a problem around diversity and inclusion in peer review? #PeerReviewWeek18 https://twitter.com/PeerRevWeek/status/1031911897149394944 Gender and international diversity improves equity in peer review https://www.biorxiv.org/ ...

  5. Systematic manipulation of the publication process

    Sarah Gillmore - 11th Jan 2019

    Manipulation of the publication process is a relatively new form of misconduct affecting the publishing industry. These new guidelines represent an important first step towards encouraging openness and collaboration between publishers to address this phen ...

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

    Sarah Gillmore - 8th Jan 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 ...

  7. Suspicion of breach of proper peer reviewer behaviour