Editorial Peer Review: Its Strengths and Weaknesses

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Information Today, Jan 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 342 pages
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This book is the first to provide an in-depth analysis of the peer review process in scholarly publishing. Author Weller offers a systematic review of published studies of editorial peer review in the following broad categories: general studies of rejection rates, studies of editors, studies of authors, and studies of reviewers. The book concludes with an examination of new models of editorial peer review intended to enhance the scientific communication process as it moves from a print to an electronic environment.

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