Academics could soon be officially sanctioned in Switzerland by "unjustified" selfperization or the aforementioned authorship despite contributing little to a project under a new code of conduct that could establish a global trend.

The new rules of Switzerland are considered innovative, since it drastically expand the definition of scientific misconduct to include a doubtful behavior that has attracted greater scrutiny, but until now it has rarely been covered by official standards .

"To my knowledge, this is the first time that a code of conduct is expanded by a prestigious academic organization to include several additional dimensions of how scientific, accredited, recognized, cited and appropriate work is carried out "He said John Ioannidis, an expert in the research process at Stanford University who has earned the alert about extreme self-connection by scientists.

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