An editor who publishes five of his own articles is the center of a controversy in math publishing.
Controversial self-publishing editor, El Naschie, to step down in 2009. Professional affiliations cast in doubt.
Publisher relaunches journal with new editorial board and scope, and a renewed focus on rigorous review.
The journal that sparked a peer-review controversy has resumed publishing its ousted editor’s work.
Publisher asks for submission stop while searching for new editor-in-chief.
What can be learned about science and publishing from the El Naschie controversy?
No new editor, a submission stop, and an announcement to authors to select another journal. As if this weren’t enough, the backlog of unpublished manuscripts is being cleared at an unprecedented rate.
An embattled math journal resumes publishing without its editor. Is this journal preparing to close shop?
Controversial journal releases next issue, signals further editorial changes
The Research Assessment Exercise is slow and expensive. Abandoning peer-review for quantitative assessment may lead to excessive gaming and corrupt the indicators of quality.