Productivity during Pandemic - Dr. Justin Esarey
From Cheryl Fenn on September 1st, 2020
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To err is human, but to issue a meaningful correction or retraction is relatively rare in scientific publishing. In this joint project with Daniel Bischof and Michelle Dion, I ask: why? My presentation will show preliminary findings from a survey of scientists who recently published in high-impact journals in STEM and the Social Sciences
Dr. Justin Esarey is an Associate Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Wake Forest University. His area of specialization is political methodology, with a particular interest in hypothesis testing and the scientific ecosystem. Dr. Esarey is currently the Principal Investigator of the International Methods Colloquium project. He is an officer (Member-at-Large) of the Society for Political Methodology, series editor for the Springer Series “Textbooks in Political Analysis,” and a member of the Editorial Board for PS: Political Science and Politics.