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By Yateendra Joshi | July 17, 2014
Average: 1.7
Stolen identities? What authors can learn from the case of SAGE's mass retraction
Highlights the case of a "reviewing ring" that eventually led to as many as 60 papers being retracted and offers a few tips on being alert to the possible misuse of a scientist's name.
By Editage Insights | June 10, 2014
Under Industry Experts | 10,991 Views
Jeffrey Beall - Emerging trends in bogus metrics, the future of open access, and more
Watch the second part of our video interview with Jeffrey Beall, the man behind the famous Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers and the author of the Scholarly Open Access blog. This time, he speaks... Read More
By Yateendra Joshi | April 04, 2014
Under Publication Ethics | 11,543 Views
Average: 5
Authorship for sale?
Money is believed to buy everything—including authorship in journals covered by SCI, the Science Citation
By Shazia Khanam | October 16, 2013
Under Publication Ethics | 24,235 Views
Average: 2.6
Recent times have witnessed a drastic increase in the number of cases of scientific misconduct. In fact, the number of documented cases—419 in 2012, which is twice the number in 2011)—is too large to... Read More
By Clarinda Cerejo | October 16, 2013
Under Publication Buzzwords | 39,078 Views
Average: 1.5
What are the most common reasons for retraction?
The number of published papers being retracted is increasing dramatically and is higher than ever before. Although retracted papers still represent a miniscule proportion of the total published... Read More