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Peer review procedure

Peer review procedure description

The editorial office appoints at least two independent critics from outside the unit to review each publication.

Texts in foreign languages are reviewed by at least one critic affiliated to foreign institution other then the institution of the reviewed work’s author.

Authors and critics do not know each others identities (double blind review process).

The review should be in writing and contain explicit conclusion either to admit the article to publication or to refuse it.

Principles of publication’s appraisal are included in the “Instructions for authors”.

The names of reviewers of particular publications/numbers are not reviled; once a year the magazine makes the names of co-operating reviewers public known.

See more about Review Process Rules: Ethical Principles and Publication Policy