« The growing market for online scientific publications has led to a proliferation of journals with dubious practices. Journals that neglect scientific quality checks via peer review in the sole interest of cashing in on publication fees from the authors are known as predatory journals. It is important that all researchers, both young and experienced, know what is going on, and that they are capable of recognizing a predatory journal when they encounter one.
This is why the EMS, upon the initiative of its Ethics Committee and Publication and Electronic Dissemination Committee has decided to launch an awareness campaign about predatory journals in the broad domain of mathematics. (…) »
source > euromathsoc.org, 2022