Mandatory Publications: An Approach to Kill ‘Lack of Will’ or ‘Lack of Skill’?

Science and Engineering Ethics 24 (2):773-777 (2018)
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Abstract

The issue of ‘mandatory publications’ has generated serious flak about its usefulness among the various stakeholders. A lot of debate centers around the question of ‘lack of will’ or ‘lack of skill’ as a reason for the diminishing research interests among the medical faculty in India. In our view, it is the lack of will to publish good quality research which is to be blamed rather than the lack of skill to do good quality research.

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