Saturday, 18th November 2017

Publication Integrity & Ethics (PIE) was developed over a decade ago to address several areas of concern and promote real editorial freedom.Read more.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The PIE charts represent another simple and yet efficient way of learning about the code of conduct and the guidelines published by Publication Integrity and Ethics. These charts will also help individuals to better understand what they should do and what steps they need to undertake when faced with cases of suspected misconduct.

See some examples

Author complains about a PIE member author – [Initiation]
Author complains about a non-PIE member author – [Process]

Reviewer complains about a PIE member editor – [Initiation]
Reviewer complains about a non-PIE member editor – [Process]

Editor complains about a PIE adherent publisher – [Initiation]
Editor complains about a non-PIE adherent publisher – [Process]

Editor-in-Chief complains about a PIE member reviewer – [Initiation]
Editor-in-Chief complains about a non-PIE member reviewer – [Process]

Publisher complains about a PIE member editor-in-chief – [Initiation]
Publisher complains about a non-PIE member editor-in-chief – [Process]

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