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Session Type: Meeting
Program Session: 471 | Submission: 19205 | Sponsor(s): (AAA)
Scheduled: Saturday, Aug 11 2018 5:45PM - 7:15PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in Plaza A
Ethics Forum — The Internet Challenge to Publishing Ethics
AOM Ethics Forum

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Organizer: Janet E. Salmons, Vision2Lead
Participant: Benson Honig, McMaster U.
Publishing ethics evolved in the pre-Internet days. They are essentially a codification of best practice, where best practice reflects the publishing infrastructure of the time. Much as has changed. The Internet has made double blind reviewing more difficult. It poses challenges to authors as well as reviewers. Many conferences now demand that your paper has not presented in other conferences. Are you violating ethics if you present a version of your paper twice, to different audiences? Are you violating ethics if you present some of your results in a webinar, blog, or on social media? This open forum with current and former journal editors will offer the opportunity for a lively discussion about emerging ethical dilemmas for researchers who want to publish and present their work in-person and online.

Hosted by the AOM Ethics Education Committee
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