Peer Review Process
Journal of Research on Business and Tourism (JRBT) is subject to COPE's Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors. For details, please access the Publication Ethics section.
Every article that is submitted to JRBT will go through a series of review processes. The process used is double-blind peer-reviewed. This process ensures that the author and reviewer both do not know each other's identities. This is done to maintain objectivity in the ongoing review process.
- The review process is carried out after the article goes through the initial editing process.
- In the review process, reviewers are encouraged to pay attention to originality, objectivity, methodology, scientific impact, conclusions, and references in the article.
- This underlies the editor to carry out the next process, accepting the article, revision, or rejection of the article.
Article manuscripts will be rejected if:
- It is not matched with the journal scope.
- It does not follow author guidelines and is not willing to make adjustments.
- More than 20% of plagiarism is indicated.
- It contains topics or discussions that promote cigarettes or cigarette companies.