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Comment on Will Article Promotion Companies Make Article-Level Metrics...

In case you get such an email, I suggest forwarding the following linkhttp://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v434/n7036/full/nature03653.htmlhttp://www.scs.stanford.edu/~dm/home/papers/remove.pdf

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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by Fake, deceptive, predatory Science...

[...] journal. There’s even a list created and maintained by academic librarian Jeffrey Beall that keeps an eye on all the new fake journals coming out. When Beall started the list in 2010, it had only...

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

[...] can evidently be lucrative. Hindawi Publishing Corporation with its more than 520 journals had a profit margin of 52% in 2012, better than that of the long-established Elsevier’s [...]

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Comment on Trying to understand “ACADEMIC JOURNALS & CONFERENCES” by Fake,...

[...] akin to fake publishing is the staging of fake academic conferences, exemplified by Academic Journals & Conferences. At the “Editorial Board” page, observe the rapidly flashing counter,...

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Comment on About the Author by Fake, deceptive, predatory Science Journals...

[...] of self-advertising, of course, but as costs of administrative expenses and the like. Librarian Jeffrey Beall  lists publishers and journals that seem to be blatantly dishonest, for example in...

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by Fake, deceptive, predatory Science Journals...

[...] of course, but as costs of administrative expenses and the like. Librarian Jeffrey Beall  lists publishers and journals that seem to be blatantly dishonest, for example in claiming to use peer...

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Comment on Article Acceptance Letter Reveals a Bogus Peer Review by Fake,...

[...] Jeffrey Beall  lists publishers and journals that seem to be blatantly dishonest, for example in claiming to use peer review while not doing so, or by not even publishing actual journals, only...

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Comment on The Suspicious Case of Science Record Journals by Fake, deceptive,...

[...] use peer review while not doing so, or by not even publishing actual journals, only citations (e.g. “The suspicious case of Science Record journals”; “The epitome of predatory publishers”). The...

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Comment on The Epitome of Predatory Publishers by Fake, deceptive, predatory...

[...] actual journals, only citations (e.g. “The suspicious case of Science Record journals”; “The epitome of predatory publishers”). The lack of any serious editorial or peer review means that authors...

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Comment on Does Scholarly Open-Access Publishing Increase Author Misconduct?...

[...] At any rate, the need for academics to get published, together with the low cost of “publishing” on-line, has brought a cornucopia of entrepreneurial “publishers” who make money by creating...

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Comment on Will Article Promotion Companies Make Article-Level Metrics...

Not a great idea….Decency apart, it comes under violation of cyber security acts of many countries.

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Dr. Michael Sophia

I and my friend published many books with LAP for three years, but never received any royalty fee even one dollar. The number of net sales that LAP reports to me with 0 copies (0 credit) is far...

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Comment on Will Article Promotion Companies Make Article-Level Metrics...

Dear Mr Beall, I agree with you, why should we pay if there are systems such as Reserach Gate and Academia Edu, where we do not have to pay. More over, those system allow communication between...

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Comment on Research by Galuh Sarasvati

Dear Mr. Beall, I am one of the editorial board of Med J Indones. Our journal is now more than 20 years, but maybe not old enough for a journal. We used external reviewers, who are expert in the field...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by John Green

If you feel you are being ripped off (“is far different from the net sales that I check directly from the bookstores selling my books.”), what do they say? Have you complained? The thing about...

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

To your first question, no. There are some journals indexed in Scopus and that have an impact factor that are on my list; the criteria are diffrerent. The Global Journals is indeed on my list; it’s...

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Comment on Research by PUBLICAR EN ACCESO ABIERTO | Biblioteca del Hospital...

[...] Diario Médico se hace eco del Blog Scholarly Open Access de Jeffrey Beall que alerta del crecimiento de editoriales que cobran a los autores importantes [...]

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Comment on Image Manipulation: World’s Strangest Case Ever Discovered? by...

I invite you to have a look tohttp://paleopolis.rediris.es/cg/uk-index-2009.html#CG2009_A04 The IMAM case. Additional investigation of a micropaleontological fraud, by Bruno GRANIER, Monique FEIST,...

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Comment on Appeals by T Singh

Dear Dr. Beall I recently came across your effort to prepare a list of predatory journals. I really appreciate your effort and research in this area to help researchers in deciding to publish their...

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by AISR News & What’s New on JEFFLINE » Blog...

[...] Publishers By Journal titles View the criteria for inclusion in the list (highly recommended [...]

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