1. Max Albert (2011). Methodology and Scientific Competition. Episteme 8 (2):165-183.
    Why is the average quality of research in open science so high? The answer seems obvious. Science is highly competitive, and publishing high quality research is the way to rise to the top. Thus, researchers face strong incentives to produce high quality work. However, this is only part of the answer. High quality in science, after all, is what researchers in the relevant field consider to be high quality. Why and how do competing researchers coordinate on common quality standards? I (...)
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Oh the irony...
Just wondering if the irony of an article about the high quality of open science research being situated behind a pay wall was lost on anybody...