Research funding and authorship: does grant winning count towards authorship credit?
It is unclear whether or not grant winning should count towards authorship credit in the sciences. In this paper, I argue that under certain circumstances grant winning can count for credit as an author on subsequent works. It is a mistake to think that grant winning is always irrelevant to the correct attribution of authorship.
- Research Ethics
- Scientific Research
- Applied and Professional Ethics
- Publication Ethics
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