Revisiting Kent Anderson’s 2014 post on the importance of editors–how much of what we see as a failure of “peer review” is really a failure of editorial oversight?
An alien landing in the scholarly and scientific publishing world today, reading all the opinions about how to make things more efficient and effective, might be forgiven for thinking there are only authors, readers, librarians, and reviewers. After all, those […]
We used to have editorial selection and ordering as a natural result of editorial control. With algorithms and news feeds dominating, where are the signals of priority and linked information? Did we really need the packaging?
Controversial journal releases next issue, signals further editorial changes
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?
Controversial self-publishing editor, El Naschie, to step down in 2009. Professional affiliations cast in doubt.