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    B. K. Redman, H. N. Yarandi & J. F. Merz (2008). Empirical Developments in Retraction. Journal of Medical Ethics 34 (11):807-809.
    This study provides current data on key questions about retraction of scientific articles. Findings confirm that the rate of retractions remains low but is increasing. The most commonly cited reason for retraction was research error or inability to reproduce results; the rate from research misconduct is an underestimate, since some retractions necessitated by research misconduct were reported as being due to inability to reproduce. Retraction by parties other than authors is increasing, especially for research misconduct. Although retractions are on average (...)
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