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My secondary advisor approached me; he is on the program committee of a conference and asked if I were willing to review a research paper that is in my avenue of research. The review is part of the peer-review process, to determine acceptance.
I accepted, but it turns out it he is planning to submit the review himself, just asking me to write it for him.
Should I protest? If they are my words, my name should be on the review. But I don't want to raise a ruckus if it materially doesn't matter anyway.
Do I gain any benefit if it is me who submits the review instead of him?