lunes, 18 de mayo de 2015

¿Quién dice que los revisores no están reconocidos?

Una de las quejas que se hacen del modelo de publicaciones científicas es que se basan en el trabajo voluntario de los revisores (entre otros). Bueno, pues Elsevier quiere cambiar esto. Acabo de recibir lo siguiente en mi buzón de correo. ¿Quién necesita dinero después de un reconocimiento como éste? :)

Thank you for reviewing for Energy Economics
Dear Prof. Linares,
We want to make it easier for our reviewers to be recognized for the important contribution they make to Elsevier's journals and so have created My Elsevier Reviews Profile BETA, a personalized page where you can:
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My Latest Review 
Energy EconomicsDecember 2014
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