A conversation with COPE’s Charlotte Haug.
The idea of “reanalysis” needs to be rethought, if recent examples are any indication of what this trend could do to science.
A flash mob of concern causes PLoS to reconsider a new policy on retractions.
A new study of article retractions concludes that the system is fast, democratic and significantly depresses future citations. Shouldn’t we demand more?
A retraction study hits some familiar conceptual problems, and a proposed retraction index runs into a deeper issue.
Humor about scientific misconduct may reflect a deeper, more serious side of academic culture gone wrong.
Does an increase in article retractions signal a corrupt publishing system or just better policing?