Peer Reviewer Process
Firstly, the editor uses a plagiarism checker and also indexing machines to check whether there is any plagiarism activity that happened during the writing process and product. If any plagiarism is found, the proposed article will be rejected. Each published article has been reviewed and suggested to be published by at least two reviewers. The reviewing process is a double-blind review.
Peer Review Process
Peer reviewers have the right to provide some feedback to authors to encourage the quality of published manuscripts and editors for editorial policy decision-making according to their respective expertise.
Peer reviewers must inform the editor of their willingness to review the manuscript to be published. Otherwise, the peer reviewer must notify the editor.
The manuscript under review is a confidential document. It is forbidden to communicate with other parties without the author's permission.
Peer reviewers should adhere to the principles of objectivity and avoid personal criticism of the manuscript author during the review process. All comments should be accompanied by clear and supportive advice.
Peer reviewers are recommended to provide information to research authors with relevant literature, or case studies that have not been cited, that have substantial similarities or overlap with the manuscript under review.
Conflict of Interest
Peer reviewers are not allowed to use unpublished manuscript material for personal use without the written consent of the author, under any circumstances.
The information and ideas contained in the reviewed manuscript are confidential and should not be distributed or used for personal gain.
If there is found conflict of interest for reasons of competition, collaboration, or other relationships with authors, institutions, or companies involved in publishing, peer reviewers are not allowed to evaluate related manuscripts.