Medical Publishing Triage - Chronicling Predatory Open Access Publishers

Jeffrey Beall's bookmarks 2013-07-03


This editorial examines the problem of predatory publishers and how they have negatively affected scholarly communication. Society relies on high-quality, peer-reviewed articles for public policy, legal cases, and improving the public health. Researchers need to be aware of how predatory publishers operate and need to avoid falling into their traps. The editorial examines the recent history of predatory publishers and how they have become prominent in the world of scholarly journals.


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Date tagged:

07/03/2013, 12:58

Date published:

07/03/2013, 08:58