It is bad to demand the retraction non-fraudulent papers. But why? I think the argument rests on three intuitions. First, there is a legal reason. When an editor and publisher accept a paper, they enter into a legal contract. The authors produces the paper and the publisher agrees to publish. To rescind publication of a […]
Dovetails with concerns over peer review in general, related horror stories, and even the outer limits of the practice.
via why is it bad to retract non-fraudulent and non-erroneous papers? — orgtheory.net
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