How the pandemic changed editorial peer review – and why we should wonder whether that’s desirable

« Since its onset, COVID-19 has significantly accelerated and expanded scientific publishing. Drawing on research into open peer review in medical journals, Serge P.J.M. Horbach discusses what impact COVID-19 has had on the practice of peer review and what shifting assessment thresholds for academic research on COVID-19 might suggest about the future of peer review itself. (…) »

Source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, Serge Horbach, 10 février 2021