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The Unjournal

We commission public journal-independent quantitative evaluation of social science/economics research that informs global priorities. We aim to improve peer review, make impactful research more rigorous (and vice versa), and enable open science.

Contributors


The Unjournal is all of us

Our contributors 7

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Jordan Pieters

Admin
Operations Lead

Davit Jintcha...

Admin
Operations Lead

Founders Pledge

$565,000 USD

Rethink Prior...

$26,566 USD

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

Invoice #208090
Invoice #208068
-$3,190.00 USD
Paid
Invoice #207864
$
Today’s balance

$10,806.61 USD

Total raised

$544,149.44 USD

Total disbursed

$533,342.83 USD

Estimated annual budget

$565,000.00 USD

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News from The Unjournal

Updates on our activities and progress.

See updates at: http://bit.ly/unjournalupdates follow @givingtools on Twitter

See updates and our working project space HERE. Find the latest evaluations on our...
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Published on June 9, 2023 by David Reinstein

Please track our policy, progress, and updates at https://bit.ly/eaunjournal

Please track our policy, progress, and updates at https://bit.ly/eaunjournal
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Published on December 28, 2022 by David Reinstein

About


Our web site (policies, plans, and progress can be found HERE). Follow us on our Sciety Group for the latest evaluations

The Unjournal organizes and commissions public journal-independent feedback, rating, and evaluation of journal articles, preprints (or working papers), and dynamically-presented research projects. It focuses on highly impactful policy-relevant work (especially in economics, social science, and business).

Our twin goals
1. Making ‘peer evaluation and rating’ of open projects (instead of conventional 0/1 publishing of frozen pdf's) become a standard 'high status' outcome in academia/research, especially in economics and social sciences

2. Creating and coalescing around an efficient system for 'publishing', gaining credibility, and getting feedback for effective altruism and global-priorities-aligned research.

"Making rigorous research more impactful, and impactful research more rigorous."

Our team

Jordan Pieters

Admin
Operations Lead

Davit Jintcha...

Admin
Operations Lead