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

It is a good list but why the journals in USA and developed countries are not analysed and listed, is it because they may sue the author immediately. Also the journal Hindawi was added some time back,...

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Comment on Research by Jeffrey Beall

I see some problems with this journal. There is no real “contact us” page that gives information about who the publishers really are. I also found serious plagiarism in the first article I examined....

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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by A Khan

I agree with you. We are discussing a separate issue (i.e. which journal should retract….). But my point is indirectly related to this issue. let me explain. If a new and small publisher becomes victim...

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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by A Khan

Chris: Thank you for your response. Kindly carefully see this link: http://scholarlyoa.com/2012/09/18/two-publishers-each-have-a-journal-with-the-same-title/#more-720) Inside this link Mr. Beall has...

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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by Nils

Dear Dr Khan, Thanks for your comments. Part of what you write seems to indicate that you believe I’m indentical with Dr Beall – this is not the case. One remark I’d like to make on new publishers:...

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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by A Khan

Dear Nils, (As I have not got any reply link, below our conversation. I am replying in this manner). I am sorry for the confusion. I know that you and Beall are not same. Anyway from my reply the...

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

[...] Science and Engineering Publishing Company [...]

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

Completely agree with “Scientific and American Publishing” (one of their journals was “American Journal of Tourism Management” ) I found a completely plagarized study with fabricated data in it during...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by fas

I already published my thesis with Lap Lambert Publishing House before learning that the message I was acting upon was an academic spam. I wrote to them yesterday not to publish my work as some...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Jeffrey Beall

It depends on the contract you signed.

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by fas

Thanks Jeffrey for the quick response. I posted the paper I sent for publishing at LLPH to SSRN since 2011 and my work has received great readership and SSRN stipulated in their agreement with that...

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

They used the identity of other journal that is not online, it means it has no website. So that u check their ISSN in thomson, actiouly u see it is indexed but this index is for the other print only...

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Comment on About the Author by Publisher wants $650 to retract duplicated...

[...] University of Colorado librarian Jeffrey Beall — who produces a frequently updated list of predatory publishers — first wrote about the case on his blog last week. Beall alerted a journal about a...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Publisher wants $650...

[...] of Colorado librarian Jeffrey Beall — who produces a frequently updated list of predatory publishers — first wrote about the case on his blog last week. Beall alerted a journal about a [...]

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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by Publisher wants $650...

[...] Jeffrey Beall — who produces a frequently updated list of predatory publishers — first wrote about the case on his blog last week. Beall alerted a journal about a duplication more than two years...

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

[...] tricks are a recent phenomena in the world of publishing. This website lists  hundreds of them http://scholarlyoa.com/2012/12/06/bealls-list-of-predatory-publishers-2013/. What is this all about?...

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

[...] Thanks to Retraction Watch for alerting us to the existence of CONFAB, the journal’s publisher, and for the further knowledge that CONFAB is included in Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013....

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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by Jeffrey Beall

Sir, regarding your statement: But I strongly believe that there are also some new players in Beall’s list who did some mistakes due to lack of experience and honestly try to correct those. But they...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Terri Boake

I have this week alone received separate emails for at least 4 of this organization’s journals. When one online journal includes 19 separate topics, it is no wonder that the number has escalated! Most...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Ahmed Ali

Mr. Fas can you really help by introducing your reputable publisher so that i can also print my book. my book is ready and i was about to send to LAP but after knowing that I am thinking what to do,...

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