Horbach SPJM, Breit E, Halffman W, Mamelund S-E: On the Willingness to Report and the Consequences of Reporting Research Misconduct: The Role of Power Relations. Science and Engineering Ethics 2020.
Empirical investigation of how researchers claim their reporting of misconduct cases was affect by power relations, based on the survey conducted by the PRINTEGER project. Produced in cooperation with our Norwegian partners.
Misschien moeten we in het hoger onderwijs trekkers huren van de boeren om ons punt te maken. Column in Vox.
“Bezint er gij bezet! (Of niet)” Vier jaar na de Maagdenhuisbezetting, een essay review in Krisis naar aanleiding van de boeken van Joost de Blooijs en Casper Thomas daarover, met lijnen naar WOinactie.
Halffman, W. (2019). Bezint eer gij bezet! (of niet). Krisis, (1).
Scholarly journal review procedures are full of innovation, yet also relatively conservative: with the exception of plagiarism scanners, fiercely advocated experiments in peer review remain limited to niches in the scientific publication system.
Our paper in Minerva:
Horbach, S. P. J. M., & Halffman, W. (2019). Journal Peer Review and Editorial Evaluation: Cautious Innovator or Sleepy Giant? Minerva. doi: 10.1007/s11024-019-09388-z
Lees onze reactie: Horbach SPJM & W Halffman (19 Sep 2019) “Wangedrag maskeert problemen wetenschap”, Volkskrant
De wet van Campbell is alweer uit 1973. En toch blijven we afrekenen. Leren we dan niets? Mijn column in Vox.
My latest column in Vox Magazine, the Radboud university newspaper, is about the limits of universities shifting towards industry in light of their public mission (in Dutch).
Our book about environmental expertise and the complications of advising policy and society is out now. Specifically designed as a tool to teach environmental scientists with a natural science background about social science insights. With extensive case examples and practitioner experience. Order here.
What if you would play Chinese whispers with objects instead of words? Explaining what a constructivist finds so fascinating about circulating objects in simple terms, Dutch terms: in my column in Vox.
Research journals often fail to explain their precise editorial policies, including their terms for peer review. Do they use open or blind review? Will articles be subjected to statistics scanners? Will reviewers be selected from a pool, or the open scientific community? Check their webpages and try to find out what precisely will happen with your paper after submission and discover how hard it is.
Hence twenty-two editors, researchers, and publishing professionals have just launched the Declaration on Transparent Editorial policies for Academic Journals. Will you sign it too?