The consensus goal of the meeting participants was to work to provide on the internet peer-reviewed
scientific literature without restriction.
There are 24,000 peer-reviewed
journals publishing 2.5 million articles a year based on formal peer review, mediated by a qualified, answerable editor.
There is a high standard that will be maintained in our peer-reviewed
journal: current information that will contribute to the advancement of professional school counseling by making sure that students are different because of the school counseling program.
Lindzen was astonished when I told him that the World Wildlife Fund and the World Resources Institute were claiming his work had not been peer-reviewed
. The press release also initially claimed the article "had been rejected by at least one such [leading] journal." (This false claim later disappeared from the WWF/WRI anti-Lomborg Web site without acknowledgment.) Lindzen says his team submitted the article only to the Bulletin.
When an article appears in a peer-reviewed
journal, that doesn't mean that it's correct, Ginsparg says; it means only that it's not obviously wrong.
Scientific reports disseminated through an electronic journal - especially one that publishes original, peer-reviewed
, and copyright-protected articles - should be considered "published" material and thus held to the same standards that apply to information published in conventional print journals.
Statistics show marked improvement in peer-reviewed
firms' accounting and auditing practices.
magazine, we mentioned that we would introduce a new TAPPI peer-reviewed
journal at the start of 2002.
These resulted in a 25% rate of qualified or adverse reports and the finding that over 5% of peer-reviewed
audit engagements were seriously flawed.