Reviewers Guidelines

Reviewers Guidelines

Each article is reviewed by two or three reviewers. In exceptional circumstances, it can be reviewed by one. This allows us to maintain the quality of its content.  The reviewer should hold a minimum of a Master’s degree from a recognised university.

Content of the article

The reviewer should advise us whether the article is suitable for publication after minor changes. That is, whether the article is well written and can add value to the reader. Or whether major changes should be implemented before publication. In this last option, the author can resubmit the article for a subsequent review until the reviewers are satisfied with the changes implemented. A paper can also be outright rejected if deemed so by all the reviewers and managing editor.

Reviewers are not anonymous

Our reviewers are acknowledged on the article we publish. The author(s) can also liaise with the reviewers for more insights into a comment and/or suggestion they have made during the review process.


The language of the review is English. When a paper is finally accepted by the reviewers and managing editor, it is editedby our language editor before it can be published.

Ethical Issues

The reviewer’s suggestions should add value and quality to the article. Reviewers are encouraged to provide only constructive criticism on articles.

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— Adam Smith

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