Peer review procedure
The article submitted to the journal is subjected to a double-blind review: reviewers do not know who is an author, and authors do not know who is a reviewer.
The review is carried out by one of the members of the editorial board, who is a respected expert in the area of expertise related to the subject-matter of the paper.
Impartial reviewers carefully evaluate the quality of the manuscript.
The reviewers study the manuscript in the context of the relevancy of the research methodology and procedures. In addition, they are able to detect unethical actions or plagiarism.
In the process of reviewing, reviewers evaluate the quality of paper based on:
- compliance with the structural requirements of a scientific article;
- compliance with editorial conventions: titles, summaries and references must be clear, informative, accurate, complete, and the authors must be identified according to institutional affiliation and address;
- compliance with the technical requirements for the article.
After reviewing, the authors receive a letter of confirmation on the article acceptance for printing.