Sunlight not shadows: Double-anonymised peer review is not the answer to status bias

Responding to a recent paper supporting the implementation of double-anonymised peer review criteria as a means of reducing bias in favour of high profile academics, Serge P.J.M. Horbach, Tony Ross-Hellauer and Ludo Waltman, suggest open peer review may be more effective at bringing to light and mitigating different biases in peer review. Discussions about bias … Continued