What is a predatory journal?
Predatory journals are academic journals that fail to uphold expected best practices. For example, they may not conduct peer reviews or index their articles. Working with a team of international stakeholders, we established a formal consensus definition for ‘predatory journal’.
This is an excellent set of resources about questionable publishers. Well worth consulting and linking too. We have included a long list of related items.
This definition was the culmination of a three-part research program…