The article review process will consist of the following stages:
- Stage one: Editors evaluate the compliance of the articles submitted for publication with the formal criteria of the journal.
- Stage two: The editor-in-chief makes sure the articles fit the thematic focus of the review.
- Stage three: Articles passing the screenings in the first two stages undergo a double-blind review process. The final decision regarding publication is made by the editor-in-chief.
- Stage four: Editors analyze the articles that received favorable reviews according to their thematic focus. Editors make the final recommendation regarding publication to the editor-in-chief who decides on the issue and section in which the article will be published.
Grafic process review