Editorial Review & Rejection

The Scholarly Kitchen discusses the initial step of journal editors who sift through papers for “quality, relevance, and scientific interest” before sending to peer reviewer to evaluate. Kent Anderson provides interesting figures on rejection rates without external peer review, and the benefits to journals who partake in this initial editorial “vetting”.

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