All scientific articles submitted for publication in the journal "Tyragetia" are reviewed under the peer review system.
The peer review is an evaluation of scientific work by two referees with equal rights, which check compliance of publication, identify deviations from the standards of the journal and make suggestions for improving the quality of the publication.
Copies of articles received (hard copy or digital version) in the office are transmitted by the chief editor or the editorial secretary to researchers who are considered experts in the field and are part of the Journal’s list of peer reviewers.
Reviewers write (within 30 days) one review of the article received which is handed to the editorial secretary. The latter, transmits all comments made by reviewers to the authors. Upon request, the reviewers may remain anonymous to the author of the reviewed article.
The evaluation of articles aims at verification of the following:
- article corresponds to journal profile;
- compliance with publication rules and structure of the article;
- the results presented are sufficiently innovative and interesting in order to justify publication;
- quality of scientific content;
- respect of ethical principles;
- relevance of bibliographic sources.
Reviewers' assessment should include in the end one of the following recommendations for the article analyzed:
- unconditional acceptance of article;
- acceptance on condition to make the mentioned changes in the review;
- reject the article.
If only one review received negative assessment, the chief editor can request a third review of the article. If the article is considered to need further revision, it is returned to the author with necessary recommendations.