Peer review

Review process

The manuscript goes through a double-blind peer review: neither authors, nor reviewers know each other. Manuscripts submitted are directed to at least two external experts who work in the relevant area.

The article goes through a double-bling peer review. If the referee reports are positive, the article is recommended to print. If one or both referee reports are negative, the article is rejected. Editors reserve the right to accept an article for publishing if it does not meet certain requirements, but subject to finalization of the text by the author. The final decision on admission of article to publication is accepted by the editorial team. In case of rejection of the article, the author may read the referee reports and editorial modifications.