Potential predatory scholarly open‑access publishers
Instructions: firstly, find the journal's publisher - it is usually written at the bottom of journal's webpage or in the "About" section. Then simply enter the publisher's name or its URL in the search box above. If the journal does not have a publisher use the Standalone Journals list.
This is a list of possibly predatory publishers. The kernel for this list was extracted from the archive of Beall’s List at web.archive.org. It will be updated as new information or suggested edits are submitted or found by the maintainers of this site.
This is a list of publishers that may be engaging in predatory practices. See the other list for individual journals potentially engaging in predatory practices.