Editorial Policy and Decision

Submitted article will be evaluated by the reviewer(s) whose feedback will contribute to the editor’s decision on whether to accept or reject your article for publication. The journal editor invites reviewers who are experts in your article’s subject matter to evaluate the article and provide feedback. 

Peer review conducted in a single-blind or double-blind review. In single-blind, the names of the reviewers are not shared with the author but the reviewers are aware of the author’s identity. In double-blind, neither the author nor the reviewers are aware of each others’ identity.

Editors or reviewers will treat manuscripts under review as confidential, recognizing them as the intellectual property of the author(s). During the peer review process, editors and reviewers are looking for the article appropriate for this journal, novelty, originality, data analyzed, ideas logically, and significant contribution.

The Editor-in-Chief has accountable for acceptance or rejection of an article, including pending and embargo an article. The Editor-in-Chief will make correct errors in an article if the errors are detected or reported before publication, or publish corrections if they are detected afterward, including recalls from publication.

Article Withdrawal and Retraction

Articles that meet the element of Infringements of the code of ethics upon the awareness of the author can make a withdrawal of his article accompanied by a letter of statement withdrawal addressed to the editorial board of the journal.

A retraction is carried out if an article is indicated to have an Infringement of scientific ethical codes, such as double submissions, false claims of authorship, plagiarism, self-morningism, fraudulent use of data, fake authors or the like. Also, a retraction will be used to correct errors in submission or publication.