Transparency versus anonymity: which is better to eliminate bias in peer review?
« Peer review is a critical component of the scientific process. When conducted properly by dedicated and competent reviewers, it helps to safeguard the quality, validity, authority and rigour of academic work. However, bias in peer review is well documented and can skew objectivity of the review and hinder fair assessment of research. To mitigate against bias and enhance accountability, IOP Publishing has introduced two different, but complementary, approaches to all their peer-reviewed, open access (OA) journals: double-anonymous peer review and transparent peer review. (…) »
source > insights.uksg.org, Faye Holst, Kim Eggleton, Simon Harris, 5 octobre 2022, http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.584