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Fostering Research Integrity: The Hong Kong Manifesto for Assessing Researchers

The Hong Kong Manifesto for Assessing Researchers: Fostering Research Integrity (22nd May 2019 version/6th World Conference on Research Integrity, Hong Kong) sets forth the rationale and implementation of five core principles in assessing researchers in fostering research integrity: (1) Assess researchers based on responsible practices in all aspects of the research enterprise ; (2) Value the reporting of all research, regardless of the results and reward honest and transparent research; (3) Value the practice of Open Science ; (4) Value a broad range of research activities, such as innovations, replication, synthesis, and meta-research: and (5) Value a range of contributors to research, such as peer-review for grants and publications, and mentoring.

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