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The last decade has seen renewed concern within the scientific community over the reproducibility and transparency of research findings. This paper outlines some of the various responsibilities of stakeholders in addressing the systemic issues that contribute to this concern. In particular, this paper asserts that a united, joined-up approach is needed, in which all stakeholders, including researchers, universities, funders, publishers, and governments, work together to set standards of research integrity and engender scientific progress and innovation. Using two developments as examples: the adoption of Registered Reports as a discrete initiative, and the use of open data as an ongoing norm change, we discuss the importance of collaboration across stakeholders.

Original publication

DOI

10.1186/s13104-022-06026-y

Type

Journal article

Journal

BMC Res Notes

Publication Date

14/04/2022

Volume

15

Keywords

Collaboration, Open Data, Open research, Registered Reports, Reproducibility, Research integrity, Research stakeholders, Government, Humans, Reproducibility of Results, Research Personnel, Universities