Beyond authorship: attribution, contribution, collaboration, and credit

@article{Brand2015BeyondAA,
  title={Beyond authorship: attribution, contribution, collaboration, and credit},
  author={Amy Brand and L. Allen and Micah Altman and Marjorie M. K. Hlava and Jo Scott},
  journal={Learned Publishing},
  year={2015},
  volume={28}
}
As the number of authors on scientific publications increases, ordered lists of author names are proving inadequate for the purposes of attribution and credit. A multi‐stakeholder group has produced a contributor role taxonomy for use in scientific publications. Identifying specific contributions to published research will lead to appropriate credit, fewer author disputes, and fewer disincentives to collaboration and the sharing of data and code. 
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