Potential predatory and legitimate biomedical journals: can you tell the difference? A cross-sectional comparison

by Larissa Shamseer, David Moher, Onyi Maduekwe et al.
BMC Medicine, March 2017, 15:28

14 pp. 764 kB

The Internet has transformed scholarly publishing, most notably, by the introduction of open access publishing. Recently, there has been a rise of online journals characterized as ‘predatory’, which actively solicit manuscripts and charge publications fees without providing robust peer review and editorial services. The authors carried out a cross-sectional comparison of characteristics of potential predatory, legitimate open access, and legitimate subscription-based biomedical journals.

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