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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by First-World...

[...] is a similar risk in publishing dissertations through some non-peer review publishers such as Lambert Publishing. While they are not exactly a ‘vanity press’, LAP is not your typical [...]

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Rory McGreal

The problem is with the “gold” open access model itself. It is an encouragement for them to profit from faculty who are not being careful about where they publish. This is a faulty revenue model in any...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Nils

In addition, a gold OA publisher’s revenue is proportional to the number of papers he accepts. So there is no incentive to maintain a serious peer review process. Of course, in the long run this will...

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Comment on Three New Questionable Open-Access Publishers by Bakiki

https://www.facebook.com/POA.Publishers

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Update: Diigo in...

[...] Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 « Scholarly Open Access [...]

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Robin Hood

Every single one of my blog posts has been deleted because I state the truth and because I have a fundamental insight that has not led to a profound improvement of Mr. Beall’s blog. I hope that this...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Beall’s List of...

[...] hilfreich. Um schwarze Schafe, also die unseriösen Open-Access-Verlage, zu identifizieren, ist Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 ein geeignetes [...]

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Comment on Exposing Sketchy Faculty Publications: The Dirty Western by anony

Robert, you are ridiculous. First, all of those profs did publish in those journals while at WIU. Some of them have only JUST retired. As for your assertion that NONE of these were tenured or retained...

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Comment on A Publisher with no Website: Science and Engineering Publishing...

One journal to be added to the title list of this publisher: Frontiers in Environmental Engineering http://www.seipub.org/fiee/

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Comment on A Publisher with no Website: Science and Engineering Publishing...

When possible, I try to list the publishers instead of listing every journal title. In this case, the publisher is Science and Engineering Publishing Company, and this publisher is already on my list....

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Infobib »...

[...] List” hatten wir hier vor einiger Zeit schon einmal. Die Liste wurde nun aktualisiert und vor einigen Tagen wurden auch die Kriterien veröffentlicht, die zu einer Aufnahme [...]

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by AISR News & What’s...

[...] approach is to consider where you should not publish by consulting Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers for 2013. The number of nefarious publishers has exploded over the past year, rising from...

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Comment on Two Print Journals Completely Hijacked by Online Hoodlums by...

[...] SPHN did not know about this issue until a few weeks after I wrote about it in early September of this year. Later, the offending website was blocked from the [...]

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Comment on Exposing Sketchy Faculty Publications: The Dirty Western by Robert...

Who are you?

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Comment on Respected Swiss Journal Hijacked by Unknown Criminals by bencomp

The impostor website has a “typo” in the URL in the notification about that URL not being the official website of the journal. Hadn’t I been warned before looking at the site, I would have been...

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Comment on Respected Swiss Journal Hijacked by Unknown Criminals by Robin Hood

Bencomp, some great refreshing alternative solutions. Good background work. How would a site like http://www.plantstress.com, who openly infringes upon the copyrights of main publishers such as...

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Comment on Respected Swiss Journal Hijacked by Unknown Criminals by Nils

As far as the real location of the impostors is concerned, the paper template in the submission guide might be a giveaway. One thing that strikes me about predatory OA publishers is that none of them...

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Comment on Respected Swiss Journal Hijacked by Unknown Criminals by Jeffrey...

Good point. The template uses Canada and Nigeria in its examples.

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Comment on Respected Swiss Journal Hijacked by Unknown Criminals by bencomp

Well, my “research” was incomplete: archiveofscience.com was registered through ipage.com, but http://sciencesarchive.com/ redirects to it (and was registered through enom.com) and the domain mentioned...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Sergio Tomás Saravia

Thank you very much! Excelent!

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