Peer ReviewOnce the editor-in-chief receives an article, he first peruses it to see its suitability for publication. If it is so, he sends the paper to 3 reviewers who are experts in the field and not below the rank of senior lecturer in that field. The reviewers are blinded to the source of the article. If the totality of their comments are not outright rejection, the authors are advised to resubmit with the suggested amendments. It the reviewers’ comments are major, especially involving methodology and concepts, the article is rejected outright and pronounced unworthy of being published in its present form by AJEM, but could be reconsidered in the future if the fundamental issues raised are addressed by the authors.
Open Access PolicyThis journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.