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In what seems to be a "post-truth" era this paper argues that management theory development is necessary to provide insights into how to manage the academic research, or discovery system, itself, as it no longer seems clear that its explicit purpose, as per Lakatos's argument, is the development of theory that predicts "novel facts." This logic questions the extent to which the social science research system is inherently innovative. To explore these issues, the topic of pseudoscience is useddoi:10.1080/23311975.2019.1672489 fatcat:qdlqpb64kjbzrnpfc7b75gjute