Why do most paper retractions occur?


Why do most paper retractions occur?

Tracking the reason for a paper retraction can lead different members involved in academic publishing, it could be the authors or co-authors retracing the study, journal editors issuing a retraction after complaints from readers, editors-in-chief issuing retractions because of extensive issues reported in the studies.

What is a retracted paper?

When a retraction is applied to academic or scholarly publishing, it indicates that an article was withdrawn from the publication in which it appeared after it was published. A retraction is issued through a decision made by the publication’s editorial board.

Which scientific journal has the highest impact factor?

2020 Release of Journal Citation Reports

Annual Review of: Rank Impact Factor
Criminology 1 6.348
Earth and Planetary Sciences 4 9.089
Earth and Planetary Sciences 5 9.089
Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 2 14.041

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