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13 de agosto de 2016

On the immediate rejection of manuscripts without external peer review

[Bibliothèque nationale de France] 

By Lucas Massimo and Adriano Codato

Since 2013 the editors of Revista de Sociologia e Política have been collecting data that allowed analyzing basic indicators on the evaluation process of manuscript submitted to the journal. These data were published as an editorial, annually, in June of 2014, 2015 and 2016. In these texts we summarized the results to formulate a proposal for the management routine of high-impact journals, based on decisions made on preliminary analysis by the editors, without consulting anonymous independent reviewers, also known as “desk review evaluation”.

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