Quality, Trust and Peer Review
In 2009 Elsevier and Sense about Science joined forces for one of the largest ever international surveys of authors and reviewers on peer review. Today, ten years later, the world of research has changed thanks to technological advances which have changed not only how research is conducted, but also how peer review is done, and how researchers communicate these findings.
Our 2019 study found researchers don’t want to replace peer review; they just want to improve it. Researchers want to shift focus from the quantity of published output to quality, as a means of improving trust with the public and media.
We invite you to download the report and discover how researchers believe we can better engage the public and improve the peer review process.
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Subjects, Products & Services: Analytical Services; Pure; SciVal; Scopus
Uploaded: 2019-09-04 07:27:18