Authorship Guides | Resources for citation and impact tracking | Overlapping (Duplicate) Publications and Plagiarism Detection
IFPRI Library Document Request Form [To be used for ResearchGate request]
- Principles on the Management of Intellectual Assets
- Implementation Guidelines
- CGIAR Open Access and Data Management Policy
- BMGF Open Access Policy
Authors who publish in Elsevier journals can share their research
— Authorship Guides —
- IFPRI Research Blog Guidelines
- IFPRI Style Manual 2017
- Branding and Acknoweldgement Guidelines
- Guidelines on names of Countries and Territories: IFPRI follows the United Nations protocol when it comes to country names and territories. If any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Chicago Manual of Style
- Scientific Style and Format Online
- iThenticate, Plagiarism checker. Contact IFPRI Library for access
- The International Development Jargon Detector
- IFPRI Journal Rankings (accessible only to IFPRI Staff )
- SHERPA/RoMEO Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving
- IFPRI remains committed to publishing in high-quality journals and CKM recommends to look into the Beall’s list in the past. But the website hosting Beal’s list has been taken down, and no reason has been provided.
- In order to continue to identify very low-quality and predatory publishers, CKM is sharing the following links to alternate resources.
- Journal is indexed in Web of Science (WoS)
- PubMed directory of journals
- List of Elsevier Journals that support OPEN ACCESS
- Directory of Open Access Journals (Contains journals registered with SHERPA/RoMEO)
- University of South Pacific list of predatory publishers
- SHERPA/ROMEO (search for Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving. If publisher or journal title not found here, use Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers above)
- SHERPA/JULIET (database of research funders’ open access policies)
- IFPRI Logos Quick Guide
— Resources for citation and impact tracking —
- Web of Science (formerly ISI Web of Knowledge)
- Essential Science Indicators
- Journal Citation Reports
- In Cites
- Google Scholar Metrics
- Harzing Journal Quality list (by Prof. Anne-Will Harzing)
- Harzing Publish or Perish Download link
- Coalition of journal rankings includes the ERA ranking. Journal Quality list: PDF link
- The Eigen Factor(ranking and mapping scientific knowledge): Provides an alternative measure of a journal’s importance in the research community using the same body of journals covered in Thomson’s Journal Citation Reports.
- Cost Effectiveness for Open Access Journals (best seen using Chrome). Uses Eigen factor and journalprices.com
- SCImago Journal and Country Rank: SCImago Journal and Country Rank (SIR) uses Elsevier’s Scopus journal and contry scientific publishing indicators to analyze scientific impact.
- JournalRate academic journals database, helping researchers in all fields find the appropriate journal to submit their research to.
- Journal Ranking by RedJasper: CJR provides a new paradigm to ranking more than 7,000 journals from all disciplines in the social sciences and sciences. It also uses the PageRank method used by Google to evaluate the impact of web pages.
- Ranking Web of Repositories (Webometrics)
- Ranking Web of Research Centers (Webometrics)
- Socio-Economic and Natural Sciences of the Environment (SENSE) Benchmarks:Journal and Book publisher rankings by Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), in accordance with the Standard Evaluation Protocol for Dutch universities. Go here for 2011 and 2007-2010
— Overlapping (Duplicate) Publications and Plagiarism Detection —
- iThenticate, for IFPRI staff, contact IFPRI Library
- CrossCheck Plagiarism Screening: Understanding the Similarity Score. Instructional blog to understand iThenticate scoring.
- Recommendations/rules by Medical Journals
- Elsevier: Plagiarism Factsheet & Ethics in Research and Publication
- Wiley-Blackwell Publication Ethics
- Research Policy
"Please also note that that the paper should not be submitted for publication elsewhere until a decision has been made by Research Policy.
If in the slightest doubt, for example, about what constitutes 'previous publication' (e.g. an electronic working paper or a conference paper), authors should explicitly raise this with the RP Editor when submitting, so that he/she can make a ruling.”
- A Cautionary Tale About Working Papers blog by Marc F. Bellemare. A case when a Working paper caused a rejection from Land Economics.