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Comment on Hindawi’s Profit Margin is Higher than Elsevier’s by Ahmed Hindawi

Hindawi uses Minion for text along with Minion Math for mathematics. Minion is a modern revival by Robert Slimbach who produced a number of well-known fonts in the Adobe library such as Utopia and...

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

I am wondering if the staff of the legitimate journal (Wulfenia) are aware of such websites why this fake website is still working and has not been blocked!!! Why they are not serious about the...

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Comment on New Publisher Fakes Association with Reed Elsevier by zara

come on, who can we trust? u really mean we avoid them? but they published our article! I’m really confused, send or not send?

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Comment on About the Author by Markets in everything: Predatory academic...

[...] me introduce “Scholarly Open Access” (SOA), the watchdog blog/website of Jeffrey Beall, an academic librarian at the University of Colorado-Denver, where he is also a tenured associate [...]

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Comment on Hindawi’s Profit Margin is Higher than Elsevier’s by Kaveh...

We also decided to use Minion for the design of PeerJ, our most recent client, which was successfully received. (http://blog.peerj.com/post/43558508113/the-thinking-behind-the-design-of-peerjs-pdfs)

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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by Scientific Articles Accepted...

[...] Beall, a research librarian at the University of Colorado in Denver, has developed his own blacklist of what he calls “predatory open-access journals.” There were 20 publishers on his list in...

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Comment on Introducing: The World Academic Publishing by Harald B

I recently got an e-mail requesting I submit something to their new Journal of Bioinformatics and Biological Engineering. The work based on which I (supposedly) got this invitation has nothing to do...

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Comment on Research by Walter Mead

I presented a paper at a professional conference and several months later (a few days ago) received an e-mail from Lauren Jackson, Production Editor for Taylor and Francis, LLC, asking for my...

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Comment on Research by Jeffrey Beall

Is the journal claiming to be peer-reviewed? Did you agree to this publication, perhaps without realizing it, when you registered for the conference? I have not received any inquires about this journal...

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

Needed just as much is a blog tracking the (mal)practices of the “prestige” journals that lead to the rise of a significant portion of this kind of publishing.

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Comment on The Epitome of Predatory Publishers by sahanamadhyastha

Hi Dr. Beall What is your assessment of journals published by Kamal reaj enterprises?

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

[...] a recent NYT article about the phenomenon was the existence of entire fake scientific conferences. According to Beall, these same predatory publishers spam the email inboxes of scientists —...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

[...] a recent NYT article about the phenomenon was the existence of entire fake scientific conferences. According to Beall, these same predatory publishers spam the email inboxes of scientists —...

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Comment on Hindawi’s Profit Margin is Higher than Elsevier’s by Jessica

Under this situation of so many spam emails, why Hindawi should not be classified as Predatory publishers? Beall, can you come out with answer. Beall himself describes Hindawi as House of Spam. When AL...

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Comment on Hindawi’s Profit Margin is Higher than Elsevier’s by Jessica

Why this is borderline? Can you explain?

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Comment on Hindawi’s Profit Margin is Higher than Elsevier’s by John

Jeffrey Beall will keep Hindawi in so-called borderline case for next 20 years. Everyone knows why he does so.

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Comment on Hindawi’s Profit Margin is Higher than Elsevier’s by Ali

Peer review by Hindawi is very week. Hindawi has a lot of case report journals with a lot of poor quality and plagiarized materials. In Hindawi’s ISRN journals, peer review is ridiculous. Each...

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Comment on Hindawi’s Profit Margin is Higher than Elsevier’s by Ahmed Hindawi

One quick reference for the revenue per article would be the recent article in Nature titled Open access: The true cost of science publishing: “Data from the consulting firm Outsell in Burlingame,...

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Comment on OMICS Goes from “Predatory Publishing” to “Predatory Meetings” by...

[...] me in a new NYT essay about a phenomenon was a existence of whole fake systematic conferences. According to Beall, these same rapacious publishers spam a email inboxes of scientists — frequently...

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Comment on The Epitome of Predatory Publishers by Lettura per astemi –...

[...] Da aggiungere alla lista di Beall: The Epitome of Predatory Publishers. [...]

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