Introducing level X in the Norwegian Publication Indicator
Involving the research community when evaluating journals operating in the borderland between predatory and reputable practice
Keywords:Norwegian publication indicator, Norwegian register for scientific journals, series and publishers, recommendable journals, predatory journals, predatory publishing, level X
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