University responsibility for the adjudication of research misconduct : the science bubble / Stefan Franzen.

This book offers a scientific whistleblower's perspective on current implementation of federal research misconduct regulations. It provides a narrative of general interest that relates current cases of research ethics to philosophical, historical and sociological accounts of fraud in scientific...

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Main Author: Franzen, Stefan
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2021.
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505 0 |a Chapter 1: Evolution in a test tube -- Chapter 2: Scientific discoveries, real and imagined -- Chapter 3: The transformation of the university into a corporation -- Chapter 4: The institutional pressure to become a professor-entrepreneur: Chapter 5. The clash between scientific skepticism and current ethics regulations -- Chapter 6: University administration of ethics -- Chapter 7: The short path from wishful thinking to scientific fraud -- Chapter 8: Behind the façade of self-correcting science -- Chapter 9: The origin of the modern research misconduct system -- Chapter 10: Sunshine laws and the smokescreen of confidentiality -- Chapter 11: The conflict between university financial interests and research ethics -- Chapter 12: Bursting the science bubble. 
520 |a This book offers a scientific whistleblower's perspective on current implementation of federal research misconduct regulations. It provides a narrative of general interest that relates current cases of research ethics to philosophical, historical and sociological accounts of fraud in scientific research. The evidence presented suggests that the problems of falsification and fabrication remain as great as ever, but hidden because the current system puts universities in charge of investigations and permits them to use confidentiality regulations to hide the outcomes of investigations. The book documents the significant conflict of interest that arises because federal regulation gives universities the responsibility to conduct investigations of their own faculty with severely limited oversight. The book is intended for young research scientists or anyone who wishes to understand the challenges faced by scientists in the workplace today. The central thread in the book is an exclusive account of an experienced research scientist who was the first to expose the facts that led to the longest running research misconduct investigation in the history of the National Science Foundation. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
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