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  How to Write a World Class Paper  From title to references Fromsubmission to revision  Elsevier Author Workshop  Template 2 Outlines  Current status of Chinese articles  Why do scientists publish?  What is a good manuscript?  How to write a good manuscript for an international journal  Preparations before starting  Construction of an article  Technical details  Revision, and response to reviewers  Ethical issues  Conclusion: what gets you accepted?   Appendix: Language  3  Current status of Chinese articles  Why do scientists publish?  What is a good manuscript?  How to write a good manuscript for an international journal  Preparations before starting  Construction of an article  Technical details  Revision, and response to reviewers  Ethical issues  Conclusion: what gets you accepted? 4 Current status of Chinese articles Fr 05Ger 05Gr 05Sp 05 Aus 05Ger 99Fr 99Sp 99 Aus 99Gr 99Ru 99In 99S K 99Br99Tw 99Tk 99Mx99In 05S K 05Br 05Tw 05Tk 05Mx 05 China '99China '05 0.200.400.600.801.001.201.40-10,00020,00030,00040,00050,00060,00070,00080,000 Number of papers    F   i  e   l   d   W  e   i  g   h   t  e   d   R  e   l  a   t   i  v  e   I  m  p  a  c   t  High quantity  –exponential growth since 1999  Low quality  –China is at 70% of world average  5 Comparison: China and US acceptance rates for Elsevier journals 24% 40,333 (15%)* 26% 59,161 (15%)* 24% 25,696 (14%)* China 2007(Jan. –Jun.)2006200538%261,86740%386,55742%189,343Total 51% 43,784 (17%)* 55% 62,775 (16%)* 58% 35,973 (20%)* US Rate of acceptanceNumber of submissionsRate of acceptanceNumber of submissionsRate of acceptanceNumber of submissions Selection of Elsevier Editorial Outflow Statistics * Number of submissions from the country / Total number of submissions Elsevier received. 6 One reason of the explosion in quantity: Publication is the most important measure for researchers in China… Number of publications  Number of publications in international journals  Number of publications included by EI, SCI  Impact factor of the journal in which an article is published  …  7 High submissions + Low quality   STRESS for editors and reviewers… Editors and reviewers are the most precious resource of a  journal!  Editors and reviewers are practicing scientists, even leaders intheir fields. They are not professional  journal staff –they do  journal work on the side of  their own research, writing and teaching.  They are busy people who work for journals to contribute to science.  Editors may receive a small payment, but reviewers are UNPAID . 8  An international editor says…  “A great deal of excellent researchis submitted from China.”  “I have encountered the following serious issues on an occasional basis(but more often than I would like)…”  Multiple submission of the same manuscript to two or more journals  Submission of a paper already published in Chinese  Plagiarism (especially of small parts of a paper)”  “The following problems appear much too frequently”  Submission of papers which are clearly out of scope  Failure to format the paper according to the Guide for Authors  Inappropriate (or no) suggested reviewers  Inadequate response to reviewers  Inadequate standard of English  Resubmission of rejected manuscripts without revision –Paul Haddad, Editor, Journal of Chromatography A

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