Review times in statistical journals: tilting at windmills?

@article{Carroll2001ReviewTI,
  title={Review times in statistical journals: tilting at windmills?},
  author={Raymond J. Carroll},
  journal={Biometrics},
  year={2001},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={1-6}
}
Using limited data, I argue that the review times in statistics are far too long for the field to keep pace with the rapidly changing environment in science. I note that statisticians do not appear to believe in statistics because data on the review process are not widely available to members of the profession. I suggest a few changes that could be made to speed up the review process, although it would appear that a change in our culture is required before the problem will be solved.