Peer-review process

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  1. Submissions from members of the editorial board

  2. Suspicion of breach of proper peer reviewer behaviour

  3. 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 ...

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

  5. The reviewer writes comments that he doesn’t want the author to see

  6. Transparency of peer review to co-authors

    Case number: 
    11-22
    Year: 
    2011
    Resolution: 
    Case Closed
  7. WAME case

  8. 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 ...

  9. What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript

    Dom Mitchell - 20th Nov 2018

    Download "What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript" flowchart (PDF, 155KB) Back to main flowcharts page Resource type Resource Media Download "What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript" flowchart PDF,155KB ...

  10. What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript- Latin American Spanish

    Sarah Gillmore - 20th Nov 2018

    Download "What to consider when asked to peer review a manuscript" flowchart- Spanish (PDF, 546KB) Back to main flowcharts page Resource type Resource Media What_To_Consider_When_Asked_To_Peer_Review_Latin American Spanish.pdf PDF, 546KB (Versio ...

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