Why do publishers and platform providers spend so little time seeking incremental improvements?
The name of a journal extends far beyond what it publishes. United brands (Nature, JAMA, Cell, Science, IEEE, PLoS) create powerful signals in the marketplace. They can also be overextended.
The prevalence of ghost authorship in the medical literature may be in decline, a new study reports. Is the issue really social or is authorship partly a problem of definition?
Michael Clarke is joining the Scholarly Kitchen, bringing his excellent culinary techniques to our humble blog. Welcome!