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Selecting a Quality Journal: Predatory Conferences

Predatory Conferences Bibliography

Asadi, A. (2019). Invitation to Speak at a Conference: The Tempting Technique Adopted by Predatory Conferences’ Organizers. Science and Engineering Ethics, 25(3), 975–979. Retrieved from

Asadi, A., Rahbar, N., Rezvani, M. J., & Asadi, F. (2017). Fake/Bogus Conferences: Their Features and Some Subtle Ways to Differentiate Them from Real Ones. Science and Engineering Ethics, 24(2), 779–784. Retrieved from

Beall, J. (2016). Proposed Criteria for Identifying Predatory Conferences. Retrieved from

Bourgault, A. M. (2019). Predatory Conferences: Not the Meeting You Expected. Critical Care Nurse, 39(5), 10–12. Retrieved from

Cobey, K. D., de Costa e Silva, M., Mazzarello, S., Stober, C., Hutton, B., Moher, D., Clemons, M., et al. (2017). Is This Conference for Real? Navigating Presumed Predatory Conference Invitations. Journal of Oncology Practice, 13(7), 410–413. Retrieved from

Cress, P. E. (2017). Are Predatory Conferences the Dark Side of the Open Access Movement? Aesthetic Surgery Journal, 37(6), 734–738. Retrieved from

Darbyshire, P. (2018). Fake news. Fake journals. Fake conferences. What we can do. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(9–10), 1727–1729. Retrieved from

Eaton, S. E. (2018). Avoiding Predatory Journals and Questionable Conferences: A Resource Guide. Retrieved from

Freyne, J., Coyle, L., Smyth, B., & Cunningham, P. (2010). Relative status of journal and conference publications in computer science. Communications of the ACM, 53(11), 124. Retrieved from

Gillis, A. (2018). Poor-quality, predatory conferences prey on academics. University Affairs. Retrieved from

Jakhar, D., & Kaur, I. (2019). Predatory conferences: a flimflam academic deception. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 1. Retrieved from

Kovach, C. R. (2018). Buyer Beware: Avoiding the Minefield of Predatory Conferences. Research in Gerontological Nursing, 11(6), 279–280. Retrieved from

Lakhotia, S. C. (2017). Mis-conceived and mis-implemented academic assessment rules underlie the scourge of predatory journals and conferences. Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, 83(3), 513–515. Retrieved from

Lang, R., Mintz, M., Krentz, H. B., & Gill, M. J. (2019). An approach to conference selection and evaluation: advice to avoid “predatory” conferences. Scientometrics, 118(2), 687–698. Retrieved from

Laskowski-Jones, L. (2017). Donʼt fall for predatory conferences either. Nursing, 47(12), 6. Retrieved from

Li, X., Rong, W., Shi, H., Tang, J., & Xiong, Z. (2018). The impact of conference ranking systems in computer science: a comparative regression analysis. Scientometrics, 116(2), 879–907. Retrieved from

Mccrostie, J. (2018). Predatory Conferences: A case of cannibalism. International HIgher Education, 93, 6–8. Retrieved from

Memon, A. R., & Azim, M. E. (2018). Predatory conferences: Addressing researchers from developing countries. J Pak Med Assoc, 68(11), 1691–1695. Retrieved from

Mercier, E., Tardif, P.-A., Émond, M., & Le Sage, N. (2017). Predatory publishers and fraudulent conferences: Perspectives and implications for novice researchers. Perspectives on Medical Education, 6(6), 433–434. Retrieved from

Mercier, E., Tardif, P.-A., Moore, L., Le Sage, N., & Cameron, P. A. (2018). Invitations received from potential predatory publishers and fraudulent conferences: a 12-month early-career researcher experience. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 94(1108), 104–108. Retrieved from

Parvin, S. (2018). Are you acquainted with “Predatory” conference? Daily Sun, 7. Retrieved from“Predatory”-conference

Rossiter, R. C., & Stone, T. E. (2016). “Buyer Beware!” predatory conferences: Avoiding an expensive mistake. Nursing & Health Sciences, 18(4), 414–415. Retrieved from

Stoye, E. (2018). Predatory conference scammers are getting smarter. Chemistry World. Retrieved from

Tulandi, T., & Balayla, J. (2019). Predatory Journals and Junk Meetings. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada, 41(5), 579–580. Retrieved from