The evaluation of peer-review quality
Author: van Rooyen, Susan
Source: Learned Publishing, Volume 14, Number 2, 1 April 2001 , pp. 85-91(7)
Abstract:This paper discusses the role of peer review in the decision-making processes of scientific journals. It outlines the objectives of peer review and some of the problems. It then goes on to describe research into the quality of peer review, in particular the BMJ's programme of research to date, the results obtained, and consequent changes in practice. It also looks briefly at future possibilities for research into the peer-review process.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2001-04-01
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