From dancing pedestrian lights that encourage safer road crossing to painting babies’ faces on shop shutters to discourage robbery, implementing insights from the behavioural sciences for social benefit, called "nudges", has become a global trend. I wrote about whether this is also applicable in developing countries. The full feature article was published on SciDev.Net.
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Elsevier investigates hundreds of peer reviewers for manipulating citations
September 10, 2019
Rare trial of open peer review allays common concerns