Improving the International Influence of Chinese Academic Journals

@article{Fenglian2003ImprovingTI,
  title={Improving the International Influence of Chinese Academic Journals},
  author={Zhang Fenglian and Li Li},
  journal={Journal of Scholarly Publishing},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={101-107}
}
To improve the international influence of academic journals of China, the authors argue, one must promote academic quality and realize the internationalization of journals. Attracting high-level articles, establishing a strict reviewing system, and shortening publishing periods are all helpful suggestions to improve academic quality. 
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