In face of the intricate problem of publication ethics, most scientists have been defending honest and sound science as William James did in 1893. Now, the scientific enterprise requires an open-minded and payoff-based forum for discussing potential renege, laissez-faire and failures to establish better regulatory standards and social norms.
The Authorship Watch is a dynamic scientific community in China. The desideratum is to defend sound science against the publish-or-perish trend and improve the quality of research integrity by enabling innovative approaches for community interaction.
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