Predatory journals: no definition, no defence

@article{Grudniewicz2019PredatoryJN,
  title={Predatory journals: no definition, no defence},
  author={Agnes Grudniewicz and D. Moher and K. Cobey and G. Bryson and S. Cukier and K. Allen and C. Ardern and Lesley Balcom and T. Barros and M. Berger and Jairo Buitrago Ciro and L. Cugusi and Michael R. Donaldson and M. Egger and I. Graham and Matt Hodgkinson and K. M. Khan and M. Mabizela and A. Manca and Katrin Milzow and J. Mouton and M. Muchenje and Tom Olijhoek and Alexander K. Ommaya and B. Patwardhan and D. Poff and L. Proulx and M. Rodger and A. Severin and Michaela Strinzel and Mauro Sylos-Labini and R. Tamblyn and M. van Niekerk and J. M. Wicherts and M. Lalu},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2019},
  volume={576},
  pages={210 - 212}
}
  • Agnes Grudniewicz, D. Moher, +32 authors M. Lalu
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine, Political Science
  • Nature
  • Leading scholars and publishers from ten countries have agreed a definition of predatory publishing that can protect scholarship. It took 12 hours of discussion, 18 questions and 3 rounds to reach. Leading scholars and publishers from ten countries have agreed a definition of predatory publishing that can protect scholarship. It took 12 hours of discussion, 18 questions and 3 rounds to reach. 
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