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Predatory publishing: Predatory monograph publishing

What is predatory monograph publishing?

Predatory monograph publishing is the practice of publishing theses and dissertations  without providing peer review or proofreading
to the same level of rigor as scholarly publications. 

Who are predatory monograph publishers?

Predatory monograph publishers charge authors exorbitant publication fees but do not pay royalties to these authors and often require them to sign away their copyrights. As a consequence, these authors cannot publish their work elsewhere in the future. 

On predatory monograph publishing

Publishers to avoid