28 October 2015
We asked researchers to rate the level of comfort they would feel with different models of peer review (single-blind, double-blind, open, open and published, and post-publication) being applied to their work. Double-blind came out top across all disciplines for authors, reviewers and editors.
Elaine Devine works for the Taylor and Francis Group, which published the white paper Peer Review in 2015: a global view .
Insights from a report into peer review: improvements needed but there are mixed views on new models https://t.co/tBSUgB5gWZ— Higher Education (@GdnHigherEd) October 28, 2015