Evolving academic journal editorial systems

@inproceedings{Adamson2008EvolvingAJ,
  title={Evolving academic journal editorial systems},
  author={John Adamson and Theron Muller},
  year={2008}
}
Introduction The process of academic publishing via peer review has a long history (Benos et al. 2007). However, the system of academic review and publishing, particularly in the wake of recent international scandals in medical research, has recently come under scrutiny (Benos et al. 2007). As Flowerdew (1999) points out, there is considerable interest in publishing academic articles through peer review in its various forms and thus analysis of journal editorial systems is relevant to various… CONTINUE READING

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