With Nearly Half of Academic Research Called "Fake," Former Energy Trader Seeks To Keep Them HonestMark Melin
A former energy trader at Enron, John Arnold, is looking to help fight fake academic studies
In an era when the term “fake news” is a constant politicized weapon on both sides of the debate comes a group of academics who are questioning academic research as “fake.” With funding from arguably one of the most successful relative value energy traders in history, the effort to keep academic research honest is gaining trend momentum.
Fake research from pharma to technology and beyond
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