Publishing and research ethics as wicked problems
Monday, 29 May 2017
Responding to research integrity
M.A. Jacob (Newcastle, United Kingdom)
Research integrity: catalyst and outcome of innovative research practices and tools
B.M.R. Kramer (Utrecht, Netherlands) ; J.M. Bosman (Utrecht, Netherlands)
The need for new incentives in publishing.
P. Hurst (London, United Kingdom)
“Publishing and Research Ethics as a wicked problem: new thinking and new approaches to making research more accountable and transparent”.
J. Jacobs (CRICOS, Australia)
How could editors think differently about the complexities of research and publishing ethics?
V. Barbour (Norfolk, United Kingdom)