Peer review is a well-established scholarly practice in which your manuscript is analyzed by a panel of experts in your field, who deliver input on how the manuscript can be improved – or decide if it’s ready to be published as is. To make sure every aspect of your manuscript is put to careful scrutiny, we assign it to multiple reviewers who each provide their individual view on the paper. This occurs through a double-blind process.
The author is advised to make the revisions recommended by peer reviewers and then to resubmit the manuscript. Upon resubmission, the manuscript is again reviewed by peer reviewers, which may or may not be the same individuals who performed the initial review. This process is repeated until the journal’s editorial board deems the manuscript ready for publishing.
IEJSE makes integrity a priority, and we do everything possible to make sure no substandard work is ever published. The peer review process is iterative and is a true partnership on paper between our authors and our reviewers and board members.
The following is the editorial workflow that every manuscript submitted to the journal undergoes during the course of the peer-review process.