Why are we struggling to get an editor for our journal?

Dr Haseeb Md. Irfanullah considers the journal publishing landscape in Bangladesh and why it is so difficult to attract editors to southern journals. He also shares his suggestions for how the situation might be improved.

INASP survey of Bangladesh publishers provides learning points on practices, trends and challenges

INASP survey of Bangladesh publishers provides learning points on practices, trends and challenges

A recent INASP survey of Bangladesh’s publishing sector provided key learning points that are informing current and future projects and activities in...

Stand out from the crowd with an ORCID iD

Stand out from the crowd with an ORCID iD

Alice Meadows of ORCID explains how researchers can get unique identifiers and why they are important in helping research contributions to be attributed and discovered.

Three encounters with medical journal editors

Three encounters with medical journal editors

In July I was invited to give a talk at a medical writing workshop in Bangalore organized by The BMJ....

The Wisdom of Crowds – Part 2

The Wisdom of Crowds – Part 2

In her second post of the week, Sue Corbett shares some of the ways that INASP is bringing people together to share ideas and support research systems development.

The wisdom of crowds – Part 1

The wisdom of crowds – Part 1

In the first of a two-part blog, Sue Corbett reflects on INASP’s work to encourage collective problem solving at a national level.

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