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

“What is the difference between: 1. the ‘Copyright transfer’ of ‘Infonomics society’ (in your list) and 2. the Copyright conditions of the prestigious ‘Taylor and Francis’” I’m not a copyright lawyer,...

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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by Academic scam (on bogus/fake...

[...] Search around the internet for the information about the conferences or journals. Here are two example blogs that provide lists of bogus conferences/journals: –...

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Comment on The Epitome of Predatory Publishers by jsalassi3344

As an up and coming researcher I found this blog to be EXTREMELY useful. Thank you for all that you do and keep up the good work.

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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by For Scientists, an Exploding World...

[...] 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 Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

Very good idea

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Comment on The Epitome of Predatory Publishers by Yiannis

The English word epitome can mean, according to Wictionary, “The embodiment or encapsulation of” or “A representative example. Actually, it is an ancient greek word

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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by Scott Strednak Singer

You can add “Journal of Journalism and Mass Communication” to your list of publications under the David Publishers name.

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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by New York Times article warns...

[...] Also, be sure to check out the Beall List, developed by research librarian Jeffrey Beall, that includes titles of what he calls “predatory open-access journals.”...

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by CINCO DICAS AO ESCOLHER UMA REVISTA...

[...] cuja única      finalidade é lucrar com a publicação de artigos científicos. Veja aqui (http://scholarlyoa.com/publishers/)      uma lista elaborada pelo pesquisador Jeffrey [...]

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

Replying to John; no, I do not know why Beall keeps Hindawi “in so-called borderline”. What am I missing John?

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Comment on Introducing: The World Academic Publishing by emperor

Keep them on the list. I also received spam. Thousands of red flags: *the mail looked and read like a nigerian fraud *they mentioned of a paper of mine with no connection to the journals topic...

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Comment on Research by David

Hello Jeff,is the International journal for humanity and social science(IJHSS) a reputable journal for scientific publications. Thank you

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Comment on The Epitome of Predatory Publishers by arilab

Thank you for mentioning this source. I think that we should start preparing a black list of such journals. Some young colleagues may fall in the trap and pay the publications fees to Neena. Btw., I...

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Comment on Publisher Charges Authors for Retractions by Rafał

@Guido: From COPE’s guidelines about retractions “The main purpose of retractions is to correct the literature and ensure its integrity rather than to punish authors who misbehave.”

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Comment on Appeals by Fahrul Agus

Can You explain to me, why IISTE.ORG on the list, and how the JournalofComputing.org

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Comment on Research by Jeffrey Beall

Whenever possible, I list by publisher rather than by individual journal. In this case, the publisher is Centre for Promoting Ideas (CPI), USA, and that publisher is indeed on the list. Thanks.

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

Just read about the list in the NYT yesterday – an excellent resource, that suddenly clarifies the bombardment of requests for submissions I’ve had from SCIRP. The paper that prompted my deluge? A...

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

I continue to be surprised that Open Orthopedics is included on this list by a global inclusion of all Bentham open journals. That journal has an editorial board ( i know as I am on it), rejects papers...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Improbable Research » Blog Archive...

[...] The oddly named Wyno academic journals, many of which seem not to exist (or at least were not easily evident on the publisher’s web site) are not universally admired. [...]

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Comment on Research by F. Bistouni

Hi Mr. Jeffrey International journal of research in computer science (ijorcs.org) is removed from your list. What is the reason?

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