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Conflicts of interest guidance for ESRC peer reviewers

A guide to help Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) peer reviewers recognise and avoid potential conflicts of interest during the assessment process.

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Guidance on avoiding conflicts between a reviewer’s personal interests and those of ESRC to ensure the integrity of funding decisions. The document provides information on the research councils’ code of practice and examples of conflicts of interest.

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