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Compiled research from the world's leading policy experts, nonpartisan think tanks, IGOs, and NGOs.
Policy Commons treats think-tank publishing as a formal body of literature in its own right, with tools to systematically search it, cite it, understand its impact, catalog it, and preserve it for the long term.
Searchable database of deceptive and predatory academic journals.
Blacklist Violations and Criteria List
Cabells analyzes suspected publications against over 60 behavioral indicators to for inclusion on the Blacklist. Each report provides ways to identify the journal and enumerates the specific predatory behaviors that the evaluation revealed.
Cabell's Predatory Reports helps researchers and potential authors identify journals that are published using questionable, suspicious, or deceptive strategies.
Journals listed in this directory are designated as predatory. Predatory publishers lie about their business practices for the purpose of pure profit; or in other words, they publish anything submitted by authors willing to pay the article processing fees. The most common lies involve:
peer review practices
editorial board members
Predatory publishers manufacture journal content that contaminates and undermines the trustworthiness of scholarly academic publishing.