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Comments on Journalology: What to do about late peer reviewers?





Updated: 2018-02-08T06:30:37.954+00:00

 



The new Seven Stones blog is also not a fan of thi...

2007-04-28T20:57:00.000+00:00

The new Seven Stones blog is also not a fan of this proposal. They suggest some sort of financial incentive, or a prize to the best reviewers, as well as publishing a list of reviewers. Pedro Beltrao, commenting on the post, also suggests an aggregated record of peer reviews across publishers - much like the new PublicationsList, but for reviewers.
http://blog-msb.embo.org/blog/2007/04/the_good_the_bad_and_the_ugly.html



The first journal to threaten me with such "punish...

2007-04-28T18:33:00.000+00:00

The first journal to threaten me with such "punishments" will receive by return post a letter requesting that they never ask me to review another manuscript and advising that they should expect never to get a ms sub from me again.

I get my reviews in on time anyway, but I'm a volunteer dammit. I can pretty much guarantee horrible backlash if Hauser and Fehr's proposal is ever tried. It's offensive.