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Global Trends

The academic publishing industry is a busy and dynamic one with different trends dominating different countries in the world. Read the posts in this section to follow global trends in academic publishing and to stay updated about best publication practices in different parts of the world. The posts in this section will help you develop a global understanding of scientific communication.
Why research misconduct is rampant in China and how the government is curbing it
Over the years, researchers from several countries have come under the scanner for committing academic misconduct. But the one country that has earned an infamous reputation for misconduct is China. This article delves deep into the factors that have influenced Chinese researchers to commit research misconduct and takes a look at the efforts Chinese government is taking to contain it. 
More than six months into his presidency, the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump has not yet appointed a science advisor and has displayed no definitive signs of doing so. The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) currently has only 35 people with many key positions vacant. This has academics in the country worried because without any science experts, the country might lose its leadership in science and technology.       
How many PhD diplomas are granted every year in China?
Brazil’s new government proposes budget cap
Brazil's new government headed by President Michel Temer is attempting to pass a constitutional amendment that would hit science funding hard. The Brazilian science community, which is still reeling under the last year’s plunge in science budget, feels that this move would be catastrophic for the country’s scientific enterprise. 
The election of the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as the President of the United States has sparked strong reactions among academics. How would science fare under his governance? 
Qatar’s rise as a global research destination
Qatar is rapidly gaining popularity as one of the top destinations for researchers across the globe. The country is trying to transition into a knowledge economy, and is therefore, investing heavily in higher education and research. The article explains in detail the reason behind Qatar's growing popularity among the science community. 
Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) has sent massive shockwaves throughout the world. While the economists and politicians are worried about the economic stability of the nation post the decision to exit, British academics have expressed a different set of concerns. A majority of academics in Britain, including s
Science funding in China has all along been weighed down by outdated administrative rules and regulations making it tedious for scientists and diverting their time away from research. In a new move to expedite science and increase the productivity of researchers, the Chinese government has decided to minimize red tape in research funding
sustainability science tie-ups
Sustainability science is becoming increasingly collaborative and global, a recent report found, but researchers say cooperation between scientists from the North and South remains scarce and unbalanced.
Arguably, open access to research is one of the hottest topics of discussion among academics and publication industry professionals. Open access publishing offers several benefits to researchers, the most significant one being making their research accessible to the world. But a lot of researchers and authors have reservations about making their work freely available online. Their misconceptions about open access publishing could prevent them from opting for it. So, we bring you the top six...