“In this sense, all authorship is coauthorship: we are made of other people's words.”
“What should raise eyebrows further is Mr. Enthoven's coauthorship of a recent Health Affairs blog posting analyzing an 11-month experiment in four busy hospital emergency rooms in Southern California where 13,069 uninsured patients were interviewed who had received emergency medical treatment.”
“Hold out for a coauthorship, don't let yourself become a footnote.”
“Forever linked with Bess through their coauthorship of the "MTA" song, Steiner became an accomplished folksinger and continues to perform.”
“They had been offered coauthorship but refused because they were not allowed access to the whole data set.”
“WRT people working on similar things, there are a lot of fruitful opportunities for coauthorship, bouncing ideas, etc. — but I wonder as I am not in this situation if it becomes a little groupthink-y?”
“ After bragging about her own ethics bill in Alaska, she zinged Obama by noting that he had written two memoirs but no major legislation, ignoring his coauthorship of the federal ethics bill.”
“My bias with coauthorship is that one must have made a substantial contribution to the overall paper regardless of whether they are a tech/student/postdoc/whatever.”
“At what level do you consider “input” to be worthy of coauthorship?”
“B.D. had invited Wesley to The Vines both to explain his concept of “born-again virginity” and to discuss potential coauthorship of an inspirational book entitledAround the Rim of Righteousness .”
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