Journal editors face various challenges while appointing reviewers. This post discusses these challenges and how editors deal with them. 
In this post, Dr. Goldman discusses how a journal editor identifies potential peer reviewers for a submitted paper and the reasons for delay at this stage of editorial decision making. 
Authors find the peer review process daunting mainly because of the delays in editorial decision making. Why do editors take long to inform authors about the fate of their paper? The Chief Editor of…
Getting your work published in a peer-reviewed journal almost always involves revising your manuscript at least once. This article provides tips on revising your manuscript to increase the chances of…