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Peer review and editorial decision making at journals

Editage Insights | Oct 20, 2013 | 23,919 views

Ever wondered what happens to your manuscript once it is submitted to a journal? Does the fate of your paper depend solely on peer review? What are the stages your paper goes through before it is finally accepted or rejected by a journal? To what extent does peer review influence the editorial decision? This SlideShare gives you a detailed account of the journal screening process and tells you what exactly goes on behind the scenes! 

For further reading, read Dr. Eddy's expert advice on the following questions about the journal editorial process:


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