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Publication ethics. It’s an important topic.

That’s why we’ve collaborated with COPE on the latest primary research into the publication ethics challenges facing journal editors in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. Download your free copy of the study today to explore the findings.

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How to find and reward peer reviewers: a case study

Dr Madeleine Hatfield shares her tips and tricks for finding and rewarding peer reviewers in this case study from the Amsterdam Scholarly Summit. Watch her presentation now to hear how the editors of Regional Studies select the most qualified reviewers for a manuscript.

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Introduction to research integrity and selective reporting bias

Research integrity expert, Professor Lex Bouter, shared his insights on responsible research conduct at the Amsterdam Scholarly Summit. Catch up on his keynote presentation with this simple introduction to research integrity, including three short videos exploring:

  • What is research integrity?
  • What is selective reporting bias?
  • How to foster research integrity on your journal

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