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Whistleblower protection - the law and the reality
Few thoughts from NSF/OIG, A
Finding balance when dealing with allegations
Retractions: observations of a quality assurance professional
University perspective on retractions, A
Systemic threats to research integrity require systemic responses
Author(s):Martinson, Brian C.
Scientific publishing's wild West
Neuroscientist's view of the retraction notice: is self-reported motivation reliable?, A
Cooperations between journals and institutions - the Lancet's experience
Routine activity theory and research ethics: a criminological approach
Author(s):Pimple, Kenneth D.
Research misconduct is often attributed to pressure or bad apples. There is little use of these folk theories because all professional scientists in the United States are always under pressure and, apparently, bad apples ...