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Self‐interest and scholarly publication: the dilemma of researchers, reviewers, and editors

Raymond L. Calabrese (Professor based at the Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, USA)
Brian Roberts (Assistant Chief Education Officer based at the North Lincolnshire Council, UK and Editor, International Journal of Educational Management)

International Journal of Educational Management

ISSN: 0951-354X

Article publication date: 1 October 2004



Academic misconduct in research is of growing concern to funding agencies, scholars, and academic journal editors. Scholarly publication has ethical implications researchers, reviewers, and journal editors. The theoretical background of the ethics of scholarly publication is explored as well as the use of a case study of an untenured researcher illustrates the dilemma faced by the researcher's colleagues, reviewers, and the journal editor. It also explores how the higher education culture promotes a “publish or perish” environment that impacts the behavior of faculty seeking tenure and promotion.



Calabrese, R.L. and Roberts, B. (2004), "Self‐interest and scholarly publication: the dilemma of researchers, reviewers, and editors", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 18 No. 6, pp. 335-341.



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