Peer Review Policy

1. Aims and Scope:

The Journal of Management Science Research Review (JMSRR) aims to publish high-quality, critical reviews of significant research in all areas of management science. We seek insightful analyses of emerging topics, established fields, and methodological approaches that advance the understanding and application of management science knowledge. Our rigorous peer-review process ensures the publication of insightful, relevant, and impactful reviews.

2. Types of Reviews:

JMSRR publishes the following types of reviews:

3. Peer Review Process:

All submissions undergo a double-blind peer review process. We strive to select reviewers with expertise in the specific area of the review and who are not in direct conflict of interest with the authors. Reviewers are expected to provide constructive and objective feedback on the following aspects:

Reviewers are encouraged to provide detailed comments and suggestions for improvement. Authors will receive anonymized review reports and have the opportunity to address reviewer concerns in revised submissions.

4. Conflict of Interest:

Reviewers are expected to declare any potential conflicts of interest before accepting a review assignment. Conflicts could include personal or professional relationships with the authors, or financial interests in the topic of the review. In such cases, the reviewer will be recused from the review process.

5. Confidentiality:

Reviewers are expected to maintain the confidentiality of all submitted manuscripts and review reports. Information obtained during the review process should not be shared with anyone outside the editorial team.