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Online or printed academic periodicals in specific subjects to which the research papers in various topics are sent by the authors and are published after being reviewed and accepted by the editorial board.

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Over a month seems normal to me. The editor will need time to consolidate the reviewers' comments and decide on whether to accept, reject, or return the paper to you for revision. It might take longer …
answered Apr 13 '16 by adipro
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Can we ask a journal to assign another reviewer to review our paper if we think that his/her review is not satisfactory, for instance if we have reason to believe that s/he is not familiar with the su …
asked Apr 15 '16 by adipro
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A large majority of researchers in my field publish in Elsevier journals. However, a professor who is widely regarded as an authority in my field has, some years ago, signed The Cost of Knowledge … has published in other journals, but it does not seem that others are following suit, since these Elsevier journals seem to be highly prized. What can he do to be able to review papers that would have otherwise come to his perusal without having to recant? …
asked Aug 1 '14 by adipro
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It is good to ask permission from the publisher before submitting, even if the figure is from your own paper that was published in the past.
answered Apr 17 '14 by adipro
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I was reading a paper from a reputable journal and found that the authors misrepresented earlier papers that they cited, by saying something like Theory X was developed in [A, B, and C], but the …
asked Aug 1 '14 by adipro
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The point is to be as clear to the reader as possible, yet as succinct as possible, especially when there are limits to the number of pages or words or figures you are allowed to use in the paper. In …
answered Jul 26 '16 by adipro
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You can suggest names of potential reviewers to the journal editor, if you have not done so. He/she might not know who else are specialists in the area; hence you keep being invited. It also helps to …
answered Apr 29 '14 by adipro