In this post I explain why I only accept peer review assignments by journal editors when they agree to publish my signed review next to the reviewed research work.
As promised, I publish here a recent correspondence between Angel Correa, a colleague at the Brain, Mind & Behaviour Research Center of the University of Granada, and the editor of an Elsevier journal. I do not wish to express my opinion here —although the title and image of this post may be giving a hint— nor to reveal the identity of the editor. I prefer to listen to what my fellow colleagues think about which are the obligations and responsibilities of authors and journal editors in the emerging landscape of open scholarly communication.
As a response to severe government cuts in education budget, a group of 28 University professors decided to take our lectures to the streets. We chose a central square in Granada called Bibrambla and gave 14 lectures to more than 500 participants.