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Leru seeks cultural change to stop bad authorship practices

University group urges action on problems like papers listing ‘authors’ who did not contribute

Cultural change is needed in academia to put an end to bad authorship practices, a university group has warned.

There is widespread concern in academia over researchers being named as authors on papers despite hardly being involved, or even not contributing to the work at all.

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