Over two thirds of researchers who’ve never peer reviewed would like to, new research reveals

« Published today is Peer review: a global view, bringing together primary research on researchers’ motivations behind publishing in peer reviewed journals and in undertaking peer review, and their attitudes and opinions towards peer review training and support.

The research reveals over two thirds of authors who have never peer reviewed a paper would like to (72% in the Humanities and Social Sciences and 69% in Science, Technology and Medicine), yet 60% of journal editors said they had difficulty in finding reviewers. (…) »

source > Taylor and Francis Group, juillet 2016