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Another Elsevier Journal Goes “Blind”

[From the article “Results masked review: peer review without publication bias” by Jennifer Franklin at Elsevier.com.] “We know that research data isn’t neat and tidy. It’s messy, complex and often throws something unexpected at us. At the Journal of Vocational…

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The Journal Comparative Political Studies Tries “Results-Free” Submissions

The website Retraction Watch has an interesting interview with MICHAEL FINDLEY about an experiment undertaken at Comparative Political Studies last year. The journal sponsored a special issue for which they solicited submissions where results were not reported.  Submissions were of two types: (i) planned…

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