Publication Fee

Publication Fee

International Journal of Research Publication (IJRP.ORG) provides a quality publishing platform for research scholars. All the papers are published after successful peer review by qualified and renowned researchers. 

The detail payment information based on the Continent is given below.

International Journal of Research Publication (IJRP)

Continent

Online Publication Fee (Title and Abstract will be indexed and Open for all)

Open Access Fee (Full Paper will be accessible for all)

Print Publication Fee

EUROPE

Free

60 USD

100 USD

ASIA

Free

45 USD

100 USD

AFRICA

Free

40 USD

100 USD

NORTH AMERICA

Free

60 USD

100 USD

SOUTH AMERICA

Free

60 USD

100 USD

AUSTRALIA

Free

60 USD

100 USD

 

IJRP.ORG publishes journal articles under two separate business models:

  1. Subscription articles whose publication is funded by payments that are made by subscribing individuals or institutions.
  2. Open access articles whose publication is funded by payments that are made by authors, their institution or funding bodies, commonly known as Article Publishing Charges (APCs).

 

Article Publishing Charges (APCs)

Irrespective of the publishing model chosen by the author, our goal is to ensure articles are published as quickly as possible, subject to appropriate quality controls, and widely disseminated.  Where an author has chosen to publish open access, which typically involves the upfront payment of an article publishing charge (APC), we will also make their article immediately and freely available upon publication on IJRP Archive, in perpetuity, with the author’s chosen user license attached to it. IJRP's APC prices are clearly displayed on top.

 

Waiving

If an author would like their article to be published under open access model, but cannot afford the APC, then individual waiver requests are considered on a case-by-case basis and may be granted in cases of genuine need. Priority for this waiver program will be given to applications by authors from Under developing countries.

 

IJRP will offer a credit for use against a future OA publication in the following circumstances:

  • A delay in delivering open access: When an article is not available to open access on IJRP Archive by the time the issue in which the article is included is published in its final version, we will offer a credit for use against a future publication with IJRP.
  • Incorrect licensing: When an article is made freely available on IJRP Archive in final published form but does not display the author’s chosen user license due to our error, we will offer a credit for use against a future publication with IJRP.

No refund or credit will be offered in the following circumstances:

  • Article retraction: IJRP has provided full publishing services and is only able to recoup this investment through the APC.  The later retraction of the article does not detract from the publishing services provided or from our ongoing maintenance of the scientific record, e.g. archiving in perpetuity.
  • Article removal: In rare cases where articles are removed completely after acceptance for publication we will not refund or credit an APC. This is because IJRP has provided publishing services and is only able to recoup this investment through the APC.  The later removal of the article does not detract from this investment and is typically for reasons beyond our control.
  • Delays resulting from editorial decisions or author changes: These are a standard part of the publishing process.
  • License changes: Where an author requests a change to the user license they initially chose we will endeavour to respond to these within 5 working days.
  • Circumstances beyond our control: This may include, for example, where natural or other disasters prevent us from fulfilling our obligations.
  • Article unavailable on another platform: IJRP responsibility is to ensure that the definitive published versions of articles we publish are available on IJRP Archive, or any successor platform, in ways that are accessible to all.  We provide APIs to enable third-party platforms to manage this process themselves, for example, to identify and pull  open access articles or to update their platforms to reflect changes subsequently made to the article, such as author license choice changes, errata, and retractions. IJRP is not responsible for ensuring third party repositories maintain accurate metadata and full-text.

N.B: Open Access charge covers expenses but not limited to editorial cost, peer review cost, composition cost, electronic management cost, and administrative costs. Moreover, we are providing research paper publishing in minimum available cost.