More Fake Journals From Elsevier

Last week, we learned about Elsevier publishing a bogus journal for Merck. Now, several librarians say that they have uncovered an entire imprint of advertorial publications. Excerpta Medica, a strategic medical communications agency, is an Elsevier division. Along with the now infamous Australasian Journal of Bone and Joint Medicine, it published a number of other journals. Elsevier CEO Michael Hansen now admits that at least six fake journals were published for pharmaceutical companies — via Slashdot

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