“Sound methodology” suggests an ideal match to a scientific question that never quite exists. So why do some publishers use it?
Rewarding scientists with cash bonuses when they publish in prestigious journals drives up submission rates but has no effect on publication success, a new study reports.
Does cascading peer-review increase inappropriate submissions?
BMJ Open is marketed as high-volume journal of rejects. Did BMJ miss on marketing or is this the future of open access publishing?