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Elsevier Academics Caught Peer Reviewing Their Own Work

Posted at 8:44AM Wednesday 12 Dec 2012

Elsevier, the academic publisher that has been the cause of a fair amount of controversy this year, is now the site of a fraudulent peer review scandal.

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