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There's a fair bit (and more) on the complexities of obtaining a PhD by publication on here. I suggest you read it before anyone gets too carried away. From memory, the genre typically applies to individuals with a considerable reputation (and publication history) in their chosen field. Its not in any respect seen as a short cut for the average PhDer.
Here's an interesting tit tip bit that I picked up from a lady pal that works for the Police. When your Insurance company contacts the Police re your incident (say a burglary) all they get is the Crime Number. Nothing else. No other details. So whatever you tell the Police isn't passed on. If the Insurance company tries to make out that it knows all the details that the Police took they're fibbing. One to bear in mind when you're next thinking of committing Insurance fraud (now where's that canoe).
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