Open peer review

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Open peer review denotes several, closely related forms of scholarly peer review:

  • open-identity or attributed peer review (as opposed to anonymous peer review);
  • open-access or disclosed peer review, where the peer review contents as publicized;
  • open-invitation or unsolicited peer review, where anyone interested can join and contribute to the peer review process.

Related terminology is "public peer review", "transparent peer review", and "advanced open peer review".

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