A simple guide to ethical co-authorship

« (…) Ethical co-authorship is rarely discussed by authors and publishers, and even more rarely by research ethics committees. Yet co-authorship is a notorious site for unethical practices such as; plagiarism, citation manipulation, and ghost, guest, and gift authors. For authors setting out on a collaborative writing project, two key aspects to ethical co-authorship need consideration: ethical co-writing, and ethical co-publishing. (…) »

source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, Dr Helen Kara, 29 mars 2021