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Through this link, https://www.elsevier.com/physical-sciences-and-engineering/mathematics/journals/fast-publication, one sees the publishing times for selected Elsevier journals, given by Elsevier itself. My question is whether there are averaging times listed for more/all of Elsevier journals, and if so, where to find them. (for example, the Journal of Number Theory)

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    Why is this important? I don't understand. An average is just an average, not a prediction in any individual case. – Buffy Nov 2 '18 at 15:38
  • If the journal shows submitted/accepted dates on the articles, you could peruse a few issues and see for yourself. – Jon Custer Nov 2 '18 at 15:43
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At least for mathematics journals, the AMS has a list of average waiting times:

https://www.ams.org/publications/journals/notices/201710/rnoti-p1184.pdf

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You can try this: https://journalfinder.elsevier.com. When you add your paper title and abstract, it gives a list of journals, which includes the 'Review speed' as well. I assume with you paper title and paper abstract, the journal that you're looking for should be in the suggested list. Here is the snapshot of one example, in which I put a simple title and abstract for a paper. You can see the results at the bottom of the page and I have put the 'review speed' in the red rectangles:

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I hope it helps.

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