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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by A Khan

My Dear Beall, (As I have not got any reply link, below our conversation. I am replying in this manner). Thank you so much for you courtesy to reply and flexibility to consider my suggestions. I also...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by S. Barun

Dear Mr. Krishnakumar, Buddha was born in Nepal, not in India. Thank You!

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Comment on About the Author by Predatory « Ripe-tomato.org

[...] fellow called Jeffrey Beale (click here), has been keeping tabs on these Predatory Publishers (click here).  He’s found 243, many [...]

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

You can contact SAGE , just go to their website and you will find their e mail contact. Tell them about your interest in publishing the book, you can also go to Elsevier‘s website.

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

Thanks dear it is a great help, I had sent email to SAGE for my book. i was about to submit to LAP but fortunatly i read this page and come to now about LAP. Thanks any way, have you ever published...

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

No I have not published with them as yet. I am still working on the manuscript but people have published with them and their experiences with them are great. I cannot tell how many copies will be sent...

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Comment on OA Journal Pays Authors for Their Work — $2,500 by David Stern

I can’t see any ethical problem here. Just because academic journals don’t usually pay authors doesn’t mean that they can’t or shouldn’t. Book publishers do if there are enough sales. Any sensible...

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

[...] called Jeffrey Beale (click here), has been keeping tabs on these Predatory Publishers (click here).  He’s found 243, many with a hundred or more titles on their lists, as well as another 126 [...]

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

It is very helpful. Open Access is good for research and learn, but it has two sides like a coin. We should use its advantages and control its disadvantages.

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by oneblankspace

What’s a secretory ?

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by Ashley Hastings

There is a medical condition called “secretory diarrhea,” which may explain the “Biocan.”

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by Kaveh Bazargan (@kaveh1000)

Thank you to all who set up these “publishing” sites. What a fun time 2013 is going to be, laughing at these half-wits. :-) And thank you Jeffrey Beall for the patience in drawing attention to them!

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

I searched for some of these journals on Google Scholar and found them. Assuming that all of these journals come up in Google Scholar searches, how do you address this issue with students (and other...

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by Robin Hood

A delightfully humourous start to 2013! The last paragraph of the blog entry post was perhaps the most telling of all: Is perhaps Dame Finch the broad responsible for the massive explosion in OA scams...

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by naser

Dear Jeffry I think the ISSN portal should start looking for new strategies to prevent registration of journals starting with names Australian, American, European, etc for journals in Pakistan or...

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by Robin Hood

Naser, Good ideas, but practically impossible. One simple reason. The ISSN washes its hands of assuming any responsibilities associated with assigning ISSN numbers. A real Judas-like association. I...

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by Shawn

Too many legit journals are published by publishers in other countries. For example, Taiwan Journal of Ophthalmology, is published by Elsevier (Netherlands). Plus you can easily set up mail boxes in...

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by naser

Rabin hood Your idea sounds impressive, thank you, I learned from you. The point is that OA environment has become so dirty that people like you and I are finding it difficult to distinguish good...

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Comment on Two Predatory Bloopers by A Khan

If you see carefully master journal list of ISI (8576 journals in SCIENCE CITATION INDEX EXPANDED), you may find out approx. 200-300 journals whose name can give a wrong impression about the...

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

[...] This list is available on: http://scholarlyoa.com/2012/12/06/bealls-list-of-predatory-publishers-2013/ [...]

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