An Empirical Analysis of Overlap Publication in Chinese Language and English Research Manuscripts
Tucker, Joseph D
PloS one 2011; 6(7): e22149
There are a number of sound justifications for publishing nearly identical information in Chinese and English medical journals, assuming several conditions are met. Although overlap publication is perceived as undesirable and ethically questionable in Europe and North America, it may serve an important function in some regions where English is not the native tongue. There is no empirical data on the nature and degree of overlap publication in English and Chinese language journals.
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