Peer Review Process

All manuscripts submitted to ESBER must follow the focus and scope, as well as guidelines for ESBER authors. The submitted manuscript must discuss scientific benefits or novelty according to its focus and scope. The Editor in Chief has the right to reject articles that do not match the theme or requirements of the ESBER Writing Guidelines. All manuscripts must comply with the ESBER plagiarism provisions. The editors check the plagiarism detection of articles in this journal using the Turnitin software. Research articles submitted to ESBER are peer-reviewed with double-blind reviews. The quality of the Peer-reviewed Statements is ensured by thoroughness and integrity, synonymous peer evaluation of each manuscript by three independent reviewers. Reviewers provide valuable scientific commentary that enhances the content of the manuscript. The final decision on the acceptance of the article will be made by the Editor, on behalf of the Editorial Board in accordance with the reviewer's comments. The publication of accepted articles including the order of published articles will be carried out by the Editor-in-Chief taking into account the order of acceptance dates and the geographical distribution of the authors and their thematic issues.

Review of Results :

Utilizing feedback from the peer review process, the Editor will make the final publication decision. The review process will take approximately 3 to 16 weeks.

Rejected :

Rejected manuscripts will not be published and authors will not have the opportunity to resubmit a revised version of the manuscript to ESBER.

Resubmit Review :

The post needs to be reworked, but with significant changes, it's acceptable. However, this will require a second round of review.

Accept with Revision :

Manuscripts that accept the approved revision decision will be published in ESBER subject to minor/major modifications. Revisions will be reviewed by the editor to ensure necessary updates are made prior to publication.

Accept :

Accepted manuscripts will be published in their current form without the need for further modification. After review, all appropriate information is sent to the authors. Within a week or four, the author completes the article and sends the final version to the Editor. If after this period the article is not returned (or the editorial board is not notified of the delay) - the article is rejected.