Reviewers’ comments: the good, the bad, the ugly

The gift of reviewers’ feedback.

We came across the post by author Helen Kara on the Policy Press blog. Helen is an independent researcher and her post considers the ‘gift’ in the academic publishing process that is typescript reviewers’ feedback.

To read her post that contains useful links to debates and guides for reviewers, click here.

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