Peer Review Process

The process of reviewing scientific papers received by the Dinamis team can be explained in the following stages:

  1. The author sends the article to the Dinamis team via an online application.
  2. The editorial team carries out a pre-review of articles to see the suitability of the articles with the focus and scope of the journal and the style of the environment. The length of the Pre-study is between 1-2 weeks.
  3. Approval from the editor–in–chief of scientific works/articles for further review or rejection/rejection.
  4. The willingness of reviewers to review scientific works/articles is related to the expertise of each reviewer team.
  5. Substance review is carried out by at least one review partner (reviewer) in a single-blind manner. The length of time for review is between 2-4 weeks. If desired, the reviewer can request a re-review after the author has revised the article.
  6. The decision on whether the article is accepted for publication is the authority of the Chief Editor based on the reviewers' recommendation.
  7. Scientific works/articles that have been decided to be accepted for publication in Dynamic journals will then be communicated to the authors.
  8. Scientific works/articles declared accepted and laid out will be published in the In Progress number in the following number before the regular number is published according to the schedule so that it can be indexed and cited immediately.
  9. Scientific works/articles published in the Dinamis are reviewed by Mitra Bestari (Reviewer) before publication. The decision to accept or not an article manuscript is made by the Chief Editor in the Editorial Council Session forum based on recommendations or comments from Bebestari Partners (Reviewers).