Peer Review process

peer review is the independent assessment of your research paper by experts in your field. Its purpose is to evaluate the manuscript’s quality and suitability also give some advice as a contribution for publication.

As well as being a form of quality control for academic journals, peer review is also a very useful source of feedback, helping you to improve your paper before it is published. At its best, review is a collaborative process, where authors engage in a dialogue with their peers and receive constructive support to advance their work.

JUDIK applies the concept of double-blind peer review. In this model, also called 'double-blind review', the reviewers don't know that you are the author of the article. And you don't know who the reviewers are either.