Carole J. Lee

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Carole J. Lee is a philosopher of science notable for her work on the social structure of science - including its production, communication, and evaluation - with a focus on peer review.


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  • Lee (2015): Lee, Carole J. (2015) Commensuration Bias in Peer Review. Philosophy of Science 82 (5), 1272-1283.

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