Predatory Journals are scholarly journals that serve only commercial purpose of a journal and therefore do not follow standard publication ethics. The term was discovered by Jeffrey Beall a librarian and researcher of University of Colorado Denver. Beall published his first list of predatory journals in his blog scholarlya in 2010. Quickly the list . . .
We would like to let our community know about the predatory publishers. The list has been published by Scholarly Open Access. Click here to go to the original article. There are two lists below. The first includes questionable, scholarly open-access publishers. Each of these publishers has a portfolio that ranges from just a few to hundreds of . . .