Changing hiring practices towards research transparency: The first open science statement in a professorship advertisement

January 6, 2016

(This article was originally published at Nicebread, and syndicated at StatsBlogs.)

Engaging in open science practices increases knowledge as a common good, and ensures the reproducibility, verifiability and credibility of research. But some have the fear that on an individual strategic level (in particular from an early career perspective) engaging in research transparency could reduce a researcher’s chance to get a tenured position in academia. University […]

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