Peer Review

Congratulations to Group and Organization Management’s Outstanding Reviewers!
Business and Management INK
October 5, 2015

Congratulations to Group and Organization Management’s Outstanding Reviewers!

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Sense About Science On the Value of Peer Review
Higher Education Reform
September 28, 2015

Sense About Science On the Value of Peer Review

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Congratulations to Family Business Review’s Outstanding Reviewer for 2015!
Business and Management INK
September 21, 2015

Congratulations to Family Business Review’s Outstanding Reviewer for 2015!

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The Art of Referencing in Scholarly Articles
Business and Management INK
September 2, 2015

The Art of Referencing in Scholarly Articles

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A Primer for the Beginning Peer Reviewer

A Primer for the Beginning Peer Reviewer

The first time you’re asked to write a peer review, it can seem like confirmation that you are no longer an academic poseur but a real member of the club. Then the realization that you’ve never written a peer review sets in. Here are some tips on taking that initial step.

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Please Follow the Golden Rule for Peer Review

Please Follow the Golden Rule for Peer Review

Few peer reviewers are provided with any training or mentoring on how to undertake a review, and generally learn by doing. Sometimes, though, it’s hard to navigate the line between being both critical and supportive.

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Q&A: Publons Aims to Enhance Peer Review

Q&A: Publons Aims to Enhance Peer Review

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If the mental picture of peer review turned from it being a chore to it being a career-builder, it’s reasonable to think that all of academe might prosper. An interview with a co-founder of Publons, a company which aims to do just that.

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Giving Reviewers Some Credit: The R-index

Giving Reviewers Some Credit: The R-index

Peer review is flawed, and a new index proposes a simple way to create transparency and quality control mechanisms. Shane Gero and Maurício Cantor believe that giving citable recognition to reviewers can improve the system by encouraging more participation but also higher quality, constructive input, without the need for a loss of anonymity.

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Don’t Fence Me In: The Bogus Walls Between Disciplines

Don’t Fence Me In: The Bogus Walls Between Disciplines

‘I am whoever I want to be,’ insistsCameron Neylon. ‘You don’t get to define my value. The real question is whether the filters you apply are good enough to tell when I have something to say that is useful for you to hear.’

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Do You Have Research on Macro-Social Marketing?

Do You Have Research on Macro-Social Marketing?

Journal of Macromarketing is now accepting research for the Special Issue on Macro-Social Marketing! This Special Issue will be guest edited by […]

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Peer Review Has Problems. Let’s Fix Them

Peer Review Has Problems. Let’s Fix Them

In a conclusion to his two earlier articles on post-publication peer review, Andy Tattersall argues that while new ways to measure scholarly value may not be perfect yet, it’s still high time to start introducing them more widely.

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Is Everything a Scholar Writes Automatically Scholarly?

Is Everything a Scholar Writes Automatically Scholarly?

It’s not necessarily the type of peer review that makes an academic article scholarly, argues Christoper Sampson, but the transparency of how the conclusions were reached.

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