Cabells Scholarly Analytics Is a Force of Knowledge Against Predatory Publishing
An Interview With Simon Linacre
We welcome Simon Linacre, an expert on predatory publishing and the Director of International Marketing & Development at Cabells Scholarly Analytics (see Box). Simon had previously spent 15 years at Emerald Publishing specializing in journal acquisitions, Open Access, and business development. He holds a diploma in journalism and master’s degrees in Philosophy and International Business. In 2020, he was coopted to serve his first term as a trustee for the Committee on Publication Ethics.
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