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The Rewards of Predatory Publications at a Small Business School
Lays it out there: predatory journals are a smart move for many academics.
658  openaccess  scams 
may 2017 by dsalo
Humanities Open Book Program -- Cornell University
Final grant report, including access information.
658  openaccess  ebooks 
april 2017 by dsalo
Newsroom | Taylor & Francis
Max Planck gets T&F to agree to its OA mandate.
658  openaccess  mandates 
january 2017 by dsalo
Canadian medical journals hijacked for junk science | Toronto Star
OMICS Group buying up reputable journals, quite possibly in order to trash them. Not unlike accreditation-washing by for-profits.
658  openaccess  scams 
september 2016 by dsalo
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