I used my royalties to buy my book’s digital distribution rights, and am now selling it for $2.99 on Amazon Kindle.
Author-nominated peer reviews are thought to be biased. Should we stop using them?
Dan Hirschman asks whether the need to move away for faculty jobs affects our collective worldview.
Are publishers a net positive or negative presence in the academy?
We discuss how Donna Strickland, University of Waterloo physics professor, won a Nobel Prize before promotion to full professor.
Several studies journals have been tricked into publishing ridiculous articles.
We talk about service obligations and finding the most efficient use of faculty time.
Does it really take a 60 hour work week to be a sociologist?
Faculty have been discovered to have secured promotion and tenure based on pay-to-play publications
We interview Elizabeth Popp-Berman about her new book on economics.