Institute of Advance Scholars Publication (IASP) is an Open Access Publishing firm that provides immediate, free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full text of all published articles. Many authors in a variety of fields already realized the benefits that open access publishing can provide in terms of increasing the impact of their work. The cost we charged is for journal development only, it requires the author or a supporting institution to pay the costs of the review process, typesetting, online publication and long term archiving, so that we can continue to provide high-quality, peer-reviewed articles without charge to readers on the web – ensuring that articles receive the highest exposure and potential impact associated with open access publishing.
IASP applies various Article Processing Charges according to the economic conditions of authors’ countries. Below is the table of Article Processing Charges:
Please download the Countries list to see which category you belong to.
The authors must pay an additional fee for if the journal’s hardcopy is needed. It is a flat fee that does not vary based on word count or use of color figures.
The mailing and printing costs for each copy is $30
Payment can be made by credit card, bank transfer. Instruction for payment is sent to corresponding author as soon as manuscript is accepted. Please ensure that you’re aware of the applicable fee before you submit your paper.
For your added security we suggest you use PayPal to process the payments, the reasons as follows:
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