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 Assunto da Mensagem: Elsevier to add open peer review to its journals by 2020
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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 28 de Janeiro de 2018 10:48
Assunto: Almost 30.000 new reviewers in a single month__UK and Switzerland are climbing the ladder

In the last month the number of reviewers in Publons jumped from around 240.000 to 270.000 in Publons-Clarivate Analytics. In the first years of Publons on average around 2000 rev./month joined the platform, in the last 2 years the month rate had increased in a steady way but since Clarivate integration in June 1 of 2017 that rate increase to around 10.000 rev./month, in December to around 15.000 and something must had happened last month to see such an unexpected growth of almost 30.000 in a single month. Its now much more likely that the half million target by Jan of 2019 will be easily met. The list of top 10 countries with the highest ratio reviewers/million population below saw no changes in the first 5 positions but saw two countries climbing up two positions in the ladder UK and Switzerland.

Ratio reviewers/million population
1-New Zealand.....292...(+20 last month increase)
2-Australia............287...(+24)
3-Portugal.............209...(+22)
4-Sweden.............183....(+16)
5-Finland..............147....(+9)
6-UK.....................135...(+11)
7-Ireland...............133.....(0)
8-Switzerland.......129.....(+12)
9-Denmark...........127.....(+10)
10-Norway............128.....(+4)

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De: F. Pacheco Torgal
Enviado: 15 de Dezembro de 2017 15:27
Assunto: Could altruism be the reason why some countries engage in peer review efforts more than others ?

A study published on PLOS One this year shows that some countries have more altruistic research agendas than others http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0169383 Since peer review is a pro bono activity that counts little to career advancement could it be that altruism is also the reason why some countries engage in review efforts more than others ? Be there as it may the truth is that in a paper authored by Professors Owen Petchey and Jeremy Fox wrote about the problems of peer review but also about selfish behaviour and defined “cheats” being individuals who submit papers without doing proportionate reviewing” http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1890/0012-9623-91.3.325/abstract

Ratio number of reviewers in Publons/million population
1-New Zealand......272
2-Australia............263
3-Portugal.............187
4-Sweden.............167
5-Finland..............138
6-Ireland...............133
7-Norway..............124
8-UK.....................124
9-Denmark............117
10-Switzerland......117
Italy.......................97
Spain.....................97
Canada..................93
Netherlands............90
Belgium.................90
Greece..................72
USA......................66
Austria..................64
Germany...............35
Hungary................27
Czech Republic.......27
Romania................24
Poland...................20


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