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  1. Authorship Policies at U.S. Doctoral Universities: A Review and Recommendations for Future Policies.Lisa M. Rasmussen, Courtney E. Williams, Mary M. Hausfeld, George C. Banks & Bailey C. Davis - 2020 - Science and Engineering Ethics 26 (6):3393-3413.
    Intellectual contribution in the form of authorship is a fundamental component of the academic career. While research has addressed questionable and harmful authorship practices, there has largely been no discussion of how U.S. academic institutions interpret and potentially mitigate such practices through the use of institution-level authorship policies. To gain a better understanding of the role of U.S. academic institutions in authorship practices, we conducted a systematic review of publicly available authorship policies for U.S. doctoral institutions, focusing on components such (...)
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  • Whose Scientific Work is It Anyway? Knowledge Production in the Socially Constructed Fuzzy Authorship.George Lăzăroiu - forthcoming - Educational Philosophy and Theory:1-6.
    Authorship is typically employed as the supporting evidence for the assessment of research output, shaping career advancement and rewards, and constituting a highly regarded commodity in an intense...
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