Responsibilities of a peer reviewer toward editors and authors
Editors of scientific journals have for long been considered gatekeepers because
they control what is published. However, the real gatekeepers are peer reviewers, because in most cases, editors of journals are guided by the advice and comments of reviewers.
This downloadable handbook will offer you some help by discussing your responsibilities as a reviewer--responsibilities not only to journal editors (who invited you to be a reviewer) but also to the authors of the manuscript that you have been invited to review for and, in turn, to readers of the journal.
Responsibilities of a peer reviewer toward journal editors and authors.pdf
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