Peer Review Process

This journal employs a double-blind review process, meaning that the identities of both the reviewers and authors are kept confidential from each other throughout the review process. The final decision regarding the acceptance of a manuscript will be determined by the Editor in Chief, possibly in consultation with the Editorial Board, based on the critical comments provided by the reviewers. The Editor in Chief will carry out the publication of accepted articles and the assignment of articles to specific issues, taking into account the order of acceptance dates, the geographic distribution of authors, and the thematic relevance to the issue.
Authors must ensure that all manuscripts submitted to this journal are written in proficient English. Authors whose native language is not English are encouraged to have their papers reviewed for grammar and clarity before submission. It is essential that the submitted work has yet to be previously published or is under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Furthermore, all manuscripts submitted to this journal must be entirely plagiarism-free. Authors should utilize plagiarism detection software to perform similarity checks on their work.