Creating a market to replace publisher monopolies

« Replacing traditional journals with a more modern solution is not a new idea, but the lack of progress since the first calls more than 20 years ago has convinced an increasing number of experts that a disruptive break is now necessary. The list of problems that have been accumulating is long, but three stand out as the most severe:
–  Quality control by traditional journal peer review has often proven to be opaque, capricious, and insufficient for catching even overt errors, leading to what is now called a “replication crisis” (…) »

source >, Björn Brembs, Philippe Huneman, Felix Schönbrodt, Gustav Nilsonne,11 janvier 2022