Rewarding Peer Reviewers: Maintaining the Integrity of Science Communication

Abstract

This article overviews currently available options for rewarding peer reviewers. Rewards and incentives may help maintain the quality and integrity of scholarly publications. Publishers around the world implemented a variety of financial and nonfinancial mechanisms for incentivizing their best reviewers. None of these is proved effective on its own. A… (More)
DOI: 10.3346/jkms.2015.30.4.360

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@inproceedings{Gasparyan2015RewardingPR, title={Rewarding Peer Reviewers: Maintaining the Integrity of Science Communication}, author={Armen Yuri Gasparyan and Alexey N Gerasimov and Alexander A Voronov and George D Kitas}, booktitle={Journal of Korean medical science}, year={2015} }