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      Where does the buck stop? Research ethics and publishing

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      Research ethics, scientific fraud, research reproducibility, peer review, journal editors

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          Issues around research ethics and the reproducibility of research are impacting the credibility of science. Firstly, we look at what is to be understand by research ethics, misconduct, and reproducibility. Next, we examine some examples of fraud, beautification, and failed reproducibility. Next, we address the causes and possible resolutions, culminating in the question whether the scholarly literature is still self-correcting.

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            Role: Chief Editor
            Role: Director
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            IOS Press (Nieuwe Hemweg 6B, 1013 BG Amsterdam, The Netherlands )
            1875-8789
            0167-5265
            7 March 2017
            2017
            : 37
            : 1 , APE 2016: Academic Publishing in Europe: The Digital Agenda: The Road Ahead for Scholarly Communication
            : 13-16
            Affiliations
            [a ]The EMBO Journal. E-mail:  bernd.pulverer@ 123456embo.org
            [b ]Data Science Retreat. E-mail:  chris@ 123456datascienceretreat.com
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            10.3233/ISU-160820
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