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Guideline
Best practice guidelines on publishing ethics
The strength of a journal is often directly related to the strength of its ethics. One of the most challenging and rewarding jobs as editor is to be the guardian of the journal's ethics.
The aim of these guidelines is to support all those involved in scholarly publishing by providing a summary of best practice guidance with respect to research integrity and publishing ethics, from leading organizations around the world. These guidelines are written for researchers, in their various roles as editors, authors and peer reviewers; for societies; librarians; funders; corporations; publishers; and journalists. In updating and expanding the guidelines, the authors worked with members of Wiley’s Integrity and Publishing Group (IPG) who have expertise in handling issues in research integrity and publishing ethics. The authors recognize that different disciplines have different practices, and that one size does not necessarily fit all. Where guidelines have a particular application to one discipline or group of disciplines, the authors have aimed to identify this clearly in the text.
Reference of the resource
Lisa Deakin, Martine Docking, Chris Graf, Jackie Jones, Sue Joshua, Tiffany McKerahan, Martin Ottmar, Allen Stevens, Edward Wates, Deborah Wyatt “Wiley’s Best practice guidelines on publishing ethics – A publisher’s perspective” (2014) Second Edition, Jogh Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Type of resource:
Guideline
Relevant discipline(s):
All
Relevant stakeholder(s):
PhD candidates
Early career researchers
Senior researchers
Members of Research Ethics Committees
Members of Research Integrity Offices/Bodies
Funders
RFO employees
Editors
Publishers
Peer reviewers
Relevant organisational level(s):
System (macro level)
Institution (meso level)
Published/put into force:
2014