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Impact of International Relations in Trade & Development from Bangladesh Perspective

Anita Desai’s Novels as Post-modernist Feminist Projections

Publishing Ethics and Predatory Practices: A Dilemma for All Stakeholders of Science Communication

Duplicate/redundant publications: quality should take precedence over quantity

Conflict of interest declaration: why and what constitutes as responsible and ethical declaration?

Plagiarism: a cause for concern

Ethics committee approval for academic research: is it a workable proposition in developing countries?

The urge to publish more and its consequences

Self-correction in biomedical publications and the scientific impact.

Conflicts of interest in biomedical publications: considerations for authors, peer reviewers, and editors.