Penetrating the Omerta of Predatory Publishing: The Romanian Connection

@article{Djuric2015PenetratingTO,
  title={Penetrating the Omerta of Predatory Publishing: The Romanian Connection},
  author={D. Djuric},
  journal={Science and Engineering Ethics},
  year={2015},
  volume={21},
  pages={183-202}
}
  • D. Djuric
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology, Medicine, Computer Science
  • Science and Engineering Ethics
  • AbstractNot so long ago, a well institutionalized predatory journal exposed itself by publishing a hoax article that blew the whistle for its devastating influence on the academic affairs of a small country. This paper puts that experiment in context, gives all the important details and analyzes the results. The experiment was inspired by well-known cases of scientific activism and is in line with recent efforts against predatory publishers. The paper presents the evidence in detail and uses it… CONTINUE READING
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