Peer reviewers share their concerns in global survey

Based on a survey of 4,700 researchers worldwide, The Grant Review In Focus reported that recognition is how reviewers feel rewarded. A significant number of people who took the survey agreed that they would more likely write a review for a paper if the funders agree to acknowledge their efforts.

According to International Journal of Science called Nature, about “two-thirds of those surveyed were satisfied with the process overall” and 78% believe that peer review is a best way to get research funds. There is still a large portion of people who disagreed with this because they believe peer review of such kind is never fair and unbiased.

Reference Link: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-03105-2


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