Watch the Recording: Should Research be Trusted? Transparency, Accuracy and Accountability in the Publication Process
We want to trust peer-reviewed research as a reliable and trustworthy source of information for our work. However, weak oversight, negligence, and even outright fraud lead to the publication of misleading and erroneous research. Hear Ivan Oransky, Co-Founder of Retraction Watch, discuss these issues and discuss how we can combat them.
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Joined by: Ivan Oransky, Retraction Watch

Ivan Oransky

Co-Founder,
at Retraction Watch

Hear from Ivan Oransky, Co-Founder of Retraction Watch, about the work he is doing to combat negligence and fraud in academic publications.
  • How does the Retraction Watch team find problematic studies?
  • What is the current process for retracting problematic research and does it work?
  • How can individual researchers be part of the effort to make science more transparent?
  • * Retraction Watch is an independent non-profit institution and their participation in the 'Publication Success Interview Series' should not be understood as an endorsement of ALE or any of its services.*

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