Data provided by Cabells. Please note that Cabells’ list of predatory journals is not definitive, and that DTU Library provides this information to help our users when examining journals, even journals found in DTU Findit.
Cabells' Predatory Reports is a paid subscription service featuring a database of deceptive and predatory journals, and a database of "verified, reputable journals", with details about those journals' acceptance rates and invited article percentages.
In June 2020, Cabells changed the name of its whitelist and blacklist to Journalytics and Predatory Reports, respectively.
Cabells describes Predatory Reports as "the only database of deceptive and predatory academic journals."
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