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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by AISR News & What’s New on JEFFLINE...

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

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

Hi Beall, How are you, i am fed up from your posts. Although, you are doing good by pointing out new or money sucking publishers. BUT, as far as my opinion is considered, you are supporting the...

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

You’re right; the link I had for this journal no longer works, so it has disappeared. I have indicated that on my list. Thanks.

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

Dear Rahim Khan, How would the forwarding of the Nature link violate a cyber security act? It is just the link to a report that is already available at the Nature website, not to the paper itself. I...

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by Explaining Open Access Journals with the...

[...] of questionable quality. For more about predatory open access journals, see Jeffrey Beall’s List of Potential, Possible, or Probable Predatory Scholarly Open-Access Publishers.  Unfortunately, by...

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by Seba Marshall

Look what i found during net surfing, this article was published in 2012 in the journal at this link:...

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Comment on Appeals by T Singh

I was on the Editorial Board of this journal

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by Jeffrey Beall

Are you sure the first one is a journal? It may be an institutional repository, so this may be okay.

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

[...] of the predatory conferences have registration fees of several hundred dollars ($600-$700 for Academic Journals & Conferences), not out of line with “genuine” conferences like those of the...

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Comment on LIST OF INDIVIDUAL JOURNALS by Decadent Science: Does fake differ...

[...] of the proliferating “open access, on-line” predatory journals  notes that they are cheap to produce, being published only on the Internet, so that their [...]

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by David Marjanović

Uh, the BIOSYSCONTEXT post makes clear that "Hawkeswoodiidae" was "named" by Makhan & Ezzatpanah, not by Hawkeswood. It's also <b>invalid</b>, because they used...

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by Jeffrey Beall

David, thanks for that correction. I regret the error. –Jeffrey Beall

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by Seba Marshall

First one is a university magazine, not a repository. What you will comment on this publishing behavior of author and publisher.

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by Seba Marshall

I want to know that in your list, there are few journals having respected indexing like Scopus, DOAJ etc. I think the journals cleared their inclusion policies, why these respectable indexers associate...

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by Jeffrey Beall

The error is not on my side.

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by Wendy Scutt

Actually I think the vanity journal of note here is “Journal of Herpetology”, where the editor is the paper author and yet he doesn’t tell the readers. The paper you cite has about 300 evidence free...

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by dannybloom

yes call them vanity journals or “vanity academic paper mills” or VAPS as i call them or your good term of PREDATORY JOURNALS or predatory publications. THIS IS IMPORTANT

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Comment on Vanity Journals are Threatening Taxonomy by dannybloom

dr beall _ dan bloom in taiwan here _ found you after reading gina kolata”s very good article on predatory publications that vampire on naive and sometimes vain scientists and academics. your term is...

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

What they do is legal but I would not hesitate to call it a fraud. If you offer a self-published, print on demand service you can´t advertise it as “academic” publishing, because that, together with...

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

Maybe because I’ve come across another of their imprints before, I knew more or less the score on this one. All I can say is that people need to research publishers before they go with them. What I...

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