Peer Review and Editorial Procedure

Peer review is a crucial step in the publication process. Experts peer-review each paper before it is submitted to one of our journals.

After submission, the managing editor of the journal will pre-check the manuscript. Afterward, they can choose whether to carry on with the peer review process, reject a paper, or ask for changes before peer review. Experts in the relevant scientific field will discuss each manuscript, and the editorial board will also conduct a double-blind review. Articles that require revision are sent back to the author. Research articles must either have clearance from an ethical committee or take responsibility for research ethics into account. The ultimate decision is made by an academic editor (often the Editor-in-Chief/Editorial Board Member of a journal or the Guest Editor of a Special Issue). Then, internal copyediting and Indonesian/English editing are performed on the manuscripts that have been accepted.