Centre for Scientometrics Research
Centre for Scientometrics Research in Prague Business School is a leading research centre in the Central and Eastern Europe specializing in scientometrics with a special focus on the Eastern and Central European researchers and their publications. We study such issues as Sci-Hub and pirated papers, the so-called "predatory journals and publishers", post-Beall's List world, the new Blacklists and Whitelists, Publons, PlumX metrics, academic witch hunts and trials and much more.
See our list of representative publications below. Please feel free to contact Prof. Wadim Strielkowski for more information.
Our selected representative publications
Strielkowski, W. (2017). Predatory publishing: What are the alternatives to the Beall's List? The American Journal of Medicine. Article in Press. https://www.amjmed.com/article/S0002-9343(17)31196-8/fulltext
Strielkowski, W., Gryshova, I., Shcherbata, M. (2017). Predatory publishing and Beall's List: lessons for the countries adapting novel research evaluation criteria. Science and Education, 8, 39-43. https://doi.org/10.24195/2414-4665-2017-8-5
Strielkowski, W. (2017). Will the rise of Sci-Hub pave the road for the subscription-based access to publishing databases? Information Development, 33(5), 540-542. https://doi.org/10.1177/0266666917728674
- Strielkowski, W. (2017). Predatory Journals: Beall's List missed. Nature, 544, 416, https://doi.org/10.1038/544416b
- Strielkowski, W. (2017). Predatory academic publishing after the Beall's List. Published on 12.05.2017, Available at:
- Strielkowski, W. (2016). Unethical academic publishing: Academic witch hunters in the Czech Republic. Available at: https://zaetickepublikace.webnode.cz/publishing-ethics