Manuscript Submission Invitations from ‘Predatory Journals’: What Should Authors Do?


Press freedom and worldwide internet access have opened ample opportunity for a staggering number of poor open access journals and junk publishers to emerge. Dubious publishers are abusing and camouflaging the golden open access model. In 2012, Jeffery Beall shed light on the predatory journals (as he preferred to call them) and the threat to open access scientific publication. Publishing in predatory journals is continuing to be a major threat for the development of science in developing countries. The authors of this article proposed solutions and outline a fresh perspective to help authors avoid publishing in predatory journals.

DOI: 10.3346/jkms.2017.32.5.709

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@inproceedings{Kebede2017ManuscriptSI, title={Manuscript Submission Invitations from ‘Predatory Journals’: What Should Authors Do?}, author={Mihiretu M Kebede and Anna E Schmaus-Klughammer and Brook Tesfaye Tekle}, booktitle={Journal of Korean medical science}, year={2017} }