Does It Pay to Be Published in ‘Predatory’ Journals?

Thompson Rivers U.

Derek Pyne, an associate professor of economics at Thompson Rivers U., studied where the faculty in his own school had been published.
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It’s commonly assumed that scholars want to avoid submitting their work to so-called predatory academic journals, which typically charge authors a fee while offering little in the way of editing and research quality control. A recent study of one...

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