Over 1,800 researchers participate in IAP landmark survey on predatory publishing

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Thanks to all those who participated in IAP's recent survey. Results will be shared as soon as possible on the webpage

The survey is a vital part of IAP's study 'Combatting Academic Predatory Journals and Conferences'.  Over 1,800 researchers, from all disciplines, countries and stages of their career, have kindly participated, generating a wealth of data for our Working Group to analyse.  These data will undoubtedly help us to recommend effective ways to combat predatory practices and protect researchers everywhere.

If you missed the deadline, but would still like to share your own experiences or get involved in some way, then please get in touch with the project secretariat at

Many thanks again for your participation.

The IAP Working Group on Predatory Academic Journals and Conferences

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