Exclusion of journals from Scopus in 2020?

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Elsevier has published a list of journals that have been excluded from the Scopus database. Their number is surprisingly small – only 14 journals. Usually, this procedure takes place in winter and the scale is more massive (hundreds of journals).

What is the exclusion fraught with for a researcher?

If an article was published in a journal that was further excluded is already in the Scopus database, it will continue to be indexed there. But those articles that are only pending publication in a journal that is excluded will never get indexed in Scopus. Because of this, a researchers may lose time, resources, and money. They are forced to start over with the search for a suitable journal and not to burn fingers a second time.

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Our company will help publish an article in a publication that will meet all international standards and requirements, so that your work definitely gets indexed in Scopus or any other database, and you can keep calm about whether the journal will be excluded or not.

We actively monitor the exclusion of scientific journals, and this list will most likely increase in the near future. Follow our news

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