Elizabeth Gadd

Elizabeth Gadd is the research policy manager (publications) at Loughborough University. She co-founded the Lis-Bibliometrics forum for those involved in supporting bibliometrics in UK universities, and is the Metrics Special Interest Group champion for the Association for Research Managers and Administrators. Having worked on a number of research projects, including the JISC-funded RoMEO Project, she is currently studying towards a PhD in the impact of rights ownership on the scholarly activities of universities.

Should We Welcome “CRediT Check?”

Getting named on a journal article is the ultimate prize for an aspiring academic. Not only do they get the paper on their CV (which can literally be money in the bank), but once named, all the subsequent citations accrue to each co-author equally, no matter what their contribution.

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