The Economist: Peer review is a thankless job. One firm wants to change that

The Economist: Peer review is a thankless job. One firm wants to change that . “Peer review underpins the entire academic enterprise. It is the main method of quality control employed by journals. By offering drafts of a paper to anonymous experts, poor arguments or dodgy science can be scrubbed up or weeded out. That is the theory. In reality, things are murkier.”