Rachelle Hollander
Rachelle Hollander
Senior Advisor of the Center for Engineering Ethics and Society Rtd. National Academy of Engineering
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  • Rachelle Hollander
    Senior Advisor of the Center for Engineering Ethics and Society Rtd.
    National Academy of Engineering
    Rachelle Hollander's Commentary on Authorship Question
    Added 9/16/2016 11:00 AM
    I believe the proposed course of action is not acceptable because it’s dishonest. Thus, the burden is on the authors to tell us why it should be okay. The rationale is that one of the journal co-editors may be biased. Of course, if she is or is likely to be perceived to be biased, she should recuse herself from the review process. But independently of relying on that editor’s good sense, ... Read More
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