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Re: Is Lambert Academic Publishing Legit?

From:

Abel Polese <[log in to unmask]>

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Abel Polese <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 27 May 2019 11:22:17 +0200

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Hi, Lambert do not usually charge for publication of manuscripts so,
technically, cannot be classified as predatory but rather vanity publisher.
You publish with them because you like to see your name on a book cover no
matter what is inside...

There is a wide range of publishers with inconsistent content/quality,
another one is Cambridge Scholars Publishers who (to my surprise) managed
even to get taken into account by quality-insurance institutions, in some
Western countries

That said, when I screen a CV and see that the person has published with
Lambert (or its counterparts like Presses universitaires
europeennes)...well, it is very unlikely that the person will make it to
the interview stage...

if interested in the classification and in the process you can check my
thread on academic publishers and their classification at
https://www.academia.edu/38587902/Why_not_to_publish_with_Cambridge_University_Press_the_Scopus_Diaries_

or the whole book about optimizing your academic career: The Scopus Diaries
and the (Il)logics of academic survival
https://cup.columbia.edu/book/the-scopus-diaries-and-the-illogics-of-academic-survival/9783838211992





On Sat, 25 May 2019 at 19:21, Heikki Wilenius <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Apparently they don't do much of the things an academic publisher should
> (peer-review, language correction, etc.). See
>
> https://library.bond.edu.au/intl/news/46287/your-thesis-and-predatory-publisher
> .
> I would put it in an OA repository instead, such as
> https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/ or your institutional repository.
>
> On Sat, May 25, 2019 at 4:51 PM Kimberley Brown <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm a former anthropology masters student, and I've recently gotten a
> > couple of emails from someone at Lambert Academic Publishing offering to
> > publish my masters thesis (which I completed in 2013 at the U of
> > Manchester) for free, saying "We would be interested in publications on
> > this topic with you. In case you have other unpublished research works in
> > this field, would you be interested to publish with us?"
> >
> > Is this in any way legit and worth inquiring into further, or a big scam?
> > I've now received two emails from them.  I'm a freelance
> writer/journalist,
> > so this does grab my attention...
> >
> > Thanks for any insight!
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Kim
> >
> > +5939 6796 4114
> > @Kimberleyjbrown
> > www.kimberleyjbrown.com
> >
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-- 
Dr Abel Polese <http://iicrr.ie/people/fellows/dr-abel-polese/>, IICRR,
Dublin City University
Editor: Studies of Transition States and Societies <http://www.tlu.ee/stss>
________________

Out now (e-book €5.99) The SCOPUS Diaries and the (il)logics of Academic
Survival A Short Guide to Design Your Own Strategy And Survive
Bibliometrics, Conferences, and Unreal Expectations in Academia
<https://www.kobo.com/de/de/ebook/the-scopus-diaries-and-the-il-logics-of-academic-survival>

...you might be interested in...(ask me for a PDF if needed)

   - Evaluating public policy effectiveness through informality?
   Reflections on Ukraine

   <https://www.tol.org/client/article/28112-ukraine-corruption-bribery-informal-payments-government.html>
   - Governance Beyond The Law: The Immoral, The Illegal, The Criminal
   <https://www.palgrave.com/cn/book/9783030050382>
   - The ATO Museum in Ukraine: Constructing Identities?
   <http://www.tol.org/client/article/27560-the-museum-of-anti-terrorist-operations.html>
   - Identity and Nationalism in Everyday Post-Socialist Life
   <https://www.routledge.com/Identity-and-Nation-Building-in-Everyday-Post-Socialist-Life/Polese-Morris-Pawlusz-Seliverstova/p/book/9781138736412>
   - Too much corruption or simply too much talk of corruption? "the two
   informalities"
   <http://www.academia.edu/29796509/Too_much_corruption_or_too_much_talk_of_corruption_the_two_informalities_>
   - Nation Branding and Nation Brochuring: Building Identity in Estonia
   <http://www.academia.edu/29796509/Too_much_corruption_or_too_much_talk_of_corruption_the_two_informalities_>
   - Turkmenistan: How I Met (or Didn’t) the President
   <http://www.academia.edu/29796509/Too_much_corruption_or_too_much_talk_of_corruption_the_two_informalities_>
   - In Search of a Turkmen Nation
   <http://www.academia.edu/29796509/Too_much_corruption_or_too_much_talk_of_corruption_the_two_informalities_>
   - Ukraine: in Connections We Trust
   <http://www.academia.edu/29796509/Too_much_corruption_or_too_much_talk_of_corruption_the_two_informalities_>
   - Rethinking Statehood in the Middle East and North Africa: Security,
   Sovereignty and New Political Orders
   <https://www.crcpress.com/Rethinking-Statehood-in-the-Middle-East-and-North-Africa-Security-Sovereignty/Polese-Santini/p/book/9780367180881>

Dr Abel Polese
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Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dublin City University, Ireland
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