Co-authors, corresponding authors, and affiliations
Jump to the Taylor & Francis Editorial Policies on Authorship
A useful guide about authorship and co-authorship produced by Taylor & Francis. With thanks to UofG for posting to Twitter. Also see the linked section on Ethics for Authors.
If more than one author writes an article, you’ll choose one person to be the corresponding author. This person will handle all correspondence about the article and sign the publishing agreement on behalf of all the authors. The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring that all the authors’ contact details are correct. You should all agree on the order in which your names will appear in the article. Please also ensure that your affiliations are correct, as explained below.
How common is co-authorship and what are the challenges collaborating authors face? Our white paper, Co-authorship in the Humanities and Social Sciences: A global view, explores the experiences of 894 researchers from 62 countries.