The peer‐review process

  title={The peer‐review process},
  author={F. Rowland},
  journal={Learned Publishing},
  • F. Rowland
  • Published 2002
  • Computer Science
  • Learned Publishing
  • The recent literature about peer review of scholarly articles is reviewed, with particular emphasis on the cost of the peer‐review process. Possible impacts of electronic scholarly publishing upon peer reviewing are discussed. Opinion among academics in their roles as authors, editors and referees seems likely to insist upon preservation of a pre‐publication refereeing system in most disciplines. As the administration of any such system seems to have a cost of about $400 per published article… CONTINUE READING

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