Chuck Matthews, Peer reviewed papers and dissertations are a lot of work.
Answered Sep 13
Interesting question. I’m not sure how legitimate it is, but in the corporate world, it’s often the case that the list of all team members are included in industry papers, whether they contributed or not.
From a team-building perspective, it’s good form.
From the perspective of giving credit to an individual for his/her work, I find it mildly irritating, but I have generally just shrugged and moved on with my work and career. I know the truth.
I did talk to one of my supervisors when I wrote a paper for a conference that my company sponsored. He wanted me to include his name, and I asked that he at least read the paper and edit it before I submitted it. He agreed, and I was happy to include him.
For the most part, though, I have generally shrugged and moved on rather than argue with it and appear to be ego-driven. I just put the contributors first on the list.
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