Cascading peer review for open-access publishing

Jeffrey Beall's bookmarks 2014-07-25

Summary:

Over the years, there has been a strategic transition from subscription-based to open-access publishing. This transition has driven some changes in peer review, including cascading peer review. The latter apparently avoids rejections. This article analyses cascading peer review for open-access publishing and focuses on its potential impact on authors, reviewers, editors, publishers, and learned societies

Link:

http://www.ease.org.uk/sites/default/files/essay_barroga_final.pdf

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Tags:

oa.new peer review oa.predatory

Date tagged:

07/25/2014, 13:02

Date published:

03/25/2014, 09:02