Predatory Publishing, Open Access, and the Costs to Academia

Jeffrey Beall's bookmarks 2016-05-26

Summary:

As publishing demands increase, so does the availability of open access predatory publishing options masquerading as reputable peer-review outlets. This article cautions against the broader consequences of predatory publishing and suggests means to control their influence. 

Link:

http://journals.cambridge.org/download.php?file=%2FPSC%2FPSC49_02%2FS1049096516000172a.pdf&code=25a377535f6c7c632cf84720c13bb8d5

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Tags:

oa.new oa.predatory oa.political_science

Date tagged:

05/26/2016, 11:49

Date published:

05/26/2016, 07:49