On The Peer Review Reports: Does Size Matter?

« Amidst the ever-expanding realm of scientific production and the proliferation of predatory journals, the focus on peer review remains paramount for scientometricians and sociologists of science. Despite this attention, there is a notable scarcity of empirical investigations into the tangible impact of peer review on publication quality. This study aims to address this gap by conducting a comprehensive analysis of how peer review contributes to the quality of scholarly publications, as measured by the citations they receive. (…) »

source > hal.science, Abdelghani Maddi, Luis Miotti. On The Peer Review Reports: Does Size Matter?. Scientometrics, inPress, ⟨10.1007/s11192-024-04977-6⟩. ⟨hal-04492274⟩