Peer Reviews

Peer Review

Peer review is a process of evaluation of a work by one or more than one same filed of people.

Types of peer review:

Single-blind review

  • In single-blind review reviewers, names are hidden from the author.
  • The reviewer takes an impartial decision as he/ she doesn’t know about the author.
  • In this review process, author may have some doubts regarding field of reviewer and publication could be delayed.

Double-blind review

  • In the double-blind review process, both the reviewer and the author are anonymous means their identity is hidden from each other.

As author identity is hidden so it prevents biasing of any reviewer based on country, work, etc. (Title will not sent to the reviewer during whole review process