"When evaluating staff, institutions should welcome collaboration between authors, which demonstrates a constructive approach to the conduct of research. Employers and/or funders should therefore develop strategies, policies, procedures and procedures to ensure the success of such collaboration.
practices and procedures to provide researchers, including at an early stage in their careers, with the necessary framework conditions to have the right to be recognized and to be nominated and/or cited in connection with their contributions as co-authors of papers, patents, etc., or to publish their own research results independently of their thesis/internship supervisors." (fextract rom the Charter for European researchers)



  • Co-author's charter and revised recommendations
  • Communication (mail) on the Charter of co-authors

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