Reports of Mutual Learning Exercise on Research Integrity published
The Mutual Learning Exercise (MLE) on Research Integrity aims at supporting Member States in designing, implementing and/or evaluating different policy instruments in relation to incentives, dialogue/communication, training, and processes and structures in the field of research integrity.
The recently published first report focuses on the first priority topic – Processes and structures to promote RI and deal with allegations of research misconduct. The paper is based on the review of existing relevant literature and documentation, information about RI framework in 14 countries for research integrity (RI) presented at the Kick-off Meeting, and consultations with the representatives of the participating countries. The final input for the Report was provided from the discussions during the first Working Meeting in Oslo on 30 January 2019
The focus of the second report is on setting incentives to promote and foster research integrity.
For more information: MLE on Research IntegrityTOP