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Comment on Open Access Theses and Dissertations Increasingly Used as a Source...

Hi dear, Can u please tell me about inderscience publishers because they have started many journals recently which looks suspicious and I want to submit my research paper in a jounal under this...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by John Hilton (@JHeditor)

You refer initially to the “gold (author pays) open-access model”, but gold open access simply means publishing in open access journals, which may or may not involve author payment. I am just...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

John, my definition of gold open-access is different. I recognize the gold OA model (free to readers, authors pay an article processing charge) and the platinum OA model (free to readers and free to...

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Comment on Look out for Bogus Impact Factor Companies by Dmitry

For friends of Index Copernicus: their description of ranking process is here http://jml2012.indexcopernicus.com/page.php?page=3&id_lang=3 See the last step: “Base Points (BP) are converted into...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Binder Jose

Is “International Journal of Electrochemical Science” really a predatory publication? The ISI impact factor was 3.7 in 2011…

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

The current impact factors are the 2012 ones. While that journal may have had an impact factor in 2011, ISI journal citation reports does not list an impact factor for it now. Here are the closest...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

In fact, this page, http://0-admin-apps.webofknowledge.com.skyline.ucdenver.edu/JCR/static_html/notices/notices.htm, shows that this journal has lost its impact factor.

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Binder Jose

Thank you for your response. This journal has lost its impact factor or it was suspended only in 2012?

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

It may be for just this year, or it may be forever. That will be up to Thomson Reuters, the company that publishes the impact factors. The 2013 impact factor data won’t be published until June, so we...

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

This journal is published by the “Contemporary Research Center”. That publisher is on my list, and I recommend that researchers NOT submit papers to any of its journals.

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Imran Omer

What about international journal of multidisciplinary and current research ijmcr

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Comment on University of Pristina Rector under Fire for Publishing in...

As long as there will be bibliometric rules for academic requirements, those journals will exist (and increase). Don’t focus on the supply, rather than on the demand. The only way to assess a paper is...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

This journal has many serious problems and I am adding it to my list.

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

please visit this link: http://www.sagepub.com/journals/Journal202037/manuscriptSubmission#tabview=boards sage open not in your list??

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

Correct. SAGE Open is not on my list.

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Comment on Appeals by Chntan Mahapatra

This publisher started these Journals with impact factor from inaugural issue. their news updates as well as domain suggests that this is Journal is from US but its Indian Publisher from Tamilnadu...

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Comment on University of Pristina Rector under Fire for Publishing in...

Well that’s a clear case of publish AND perish !!!!!

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Iftikhar Ahmed Khan

What to do, if you have already published some research in the listed journals. Can we publish this some where else?

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

Generally, no. Usually the best thing to do is accept it as a learning experience and do some new research and write a new article.

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by University of Pristina Rector under Fire for...

[…] This publisher is included on my list of predatory publishers here. […]

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