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Inclusion of predatory journals in Scopus is inflating scholars’ metrics and advancing careers

Andrea Cortegiani (), Andrea Manca, Manoj Lalu and David Moher
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Andrea Cortegiani: University of Palermo
Andrea Manca: University of Sassari
Manoj Lalu: The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute
David Moher: The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

International Journal of Public Health, 2020, vol. 65, issue 1, No 2, 3-4

Date: 2020
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