Chinese scholars ‘win up to £127,000’ for papers in top journals

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Analysis reveals extent of reward system for international publications, which could be distorting scientific incentives.

Chinese scientists can win awards of up to $165,000 (£127,000) from their universities for publishing in leading scientific journals, according to research that exposes the country’s system of “cash for articles”.

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This content has been updated on December 21 2017 at 16 h 13 min.