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A well-described and implemented infrastructure is essential, including the business model, policies, processes and software for efficient running of an editorially independent journal, as well as the efficient management and training of editorial boards and editorial and publishing staff

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Core practices are the policies and practices journals and publishers need, to reach the highest standards in publication ethics. We include cases with advice, guidance for day-to-day practice, education modules and events on topical issues, to support journals and publishers fulfil their policies.
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Predatory publishing: new discussion document

This new guidance from COPE gives an overview of the issue with recommendations and resources. COPE welcomes feedback and comments to continue this live and ongoing debate.

  • What is predatory publishing?
  • What are the commonly occurring features in predatory publications?
  • How can we avoid and raise awareness of the problem of predatory publications?

Read more and add your voice to the discussion

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Letter from the COPE Chair: January 2020

Dear Digest Readers,

About this resource

Cite this as: COPE Council. COPE Discussion Document: Predatory Publishing. November 2019. https://doi.org/10.24318/cope.2019.3.6

Version 1: November 2019

© 2020 Committee on Publication Ethics (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)

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