Where can I find a list of predatory journals?
Predatory journals are those journals that publish anything for a fee. Until January this year, the most commonly used list for identifying predatory journals was the one published by Jeffrey Beall, a renowned expert on predatory publishing. This list containing the names of almost 1,155 allegedly predatory open access publishers was taken offline; however, it can still be found archived here. Another blacklist of 5,948 predatory publishers was recently released by Cabell’s International in June 2017. However, this list requires a subscription.