EJW, Volume 19, Issue 2

The latest issue of Econ Journal Watch is available here. Among the many items in this new volume that caught my attention was this Erroneous Erratum section, which begins as follows: “Previously, Stephen Walker criticized an article in Journal of Accounting Research (here and here). Now the authors [of that JAR article], Yang Bao, Bin Ke, Bin Li, Y. Julia Yu, and Jie Zhang, have issued an Erratum in JAR, citing Walker’s critiques. Walker takes a hard look and calls on JAR to do an investigation into research misconduct.” For my part, instead of calling for another toothless investigation, what if we imposed legal liability for research fraud, an idea I proposed back in 2015?!

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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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