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Saturday, October 26, 2013


jr prof

How far do you think these obligations go? Is it any time you get paid for something or paid by a group you should disclose it in all future work? The article made me think of the opposite situation where a consumer group gives a grant or something to someone or a prof is an expert for a consumer in litigation. Should the prof disclose that grant or that advocacy in unrelated papers? I am relatively new, so these are genuine questions.

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