The purpose of peer review
Peer reviews are essential for ensuring the quality of scholarly research. Reviewer evaluation plays a considerable role in the decision to accept or decline a manuscript for publication.
The process is designated to prevent diffusion of improper arguments, unjustified claims, prejudices, under-qualified research papers. It secures that published research is sound and properly verified.
Reviewers’ identity is anonymized for authors.
The data confidentiality of the reviewer will be strictly preserved.