Peer Review Process
The review process is quite vital for any and all renowned scientific publications around the world in order to preserve and improve the quality and validity of scholarly endeavors. The review process for The Yearbook includes a double-blind, peer-reviewed process, meaning that the author(s) and reviewer(s) have no information or knowledge regarding the other party’s identity.
Each manuscript submitted to the journal for publication will be examined by at least two independent reviewers. All manuscripts sent to The Yearbook for publication will be checked for plagiarism before being sent to the reviewers. The Yearbook has a zero-tolerance’ policy for plagiarism.
The editors-in-chief ensure that the peer-review process will proceed confidentially and that no one other than the authors and the reviewers will have access to the content of the submitted paper until it has been published in the Yearbook. The final decision on the manuscript would be entirely based on the reviewers' decisions, with no external factor in play. In the case of disagreement between the reviewers, the final decision on the acceptance or rejection of the paper will be made either by a third reviewer or the editorial board.
At the Yearbook, the anonymity of all personnel within the review process for all articles, especially that of the reviewers, is observed with the utmost care and precision through a compartmented online data management system.
To help safeguard this process, please observe the following when submitting your papers:
Once a paper is submitted to the yearbook, it will primarily be examined by the editorial board. In case the paper has the necessary basic requirements and qualifies for a review process, it will be sent to relevant reviewers to undergo the double-blind, peer-review process. Once the review process is finished, the paper will be either: