The submitted manuscripts should be original, unpublished, and not considered for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to GJEM.
The manuscripts submitted to GJEM for possible publication are refereed in a double-blind review process by at least two international reviewers with expertise in the relevant subject area.
The review process consists two levels.
Submitted manuscripts are initially reviewed by the editors for suitability and conformity with GJEM author submission guidelines. The editors may reject the manuscript due to the topic not fitting the scope of the GJEM publishing areas, or it is explicitly of low scientific or language quality. Papers are accepted after peer-reviewed manuscripts undergo English language editing. If authors consider their manuscripts would benefit from editing at an earlier stage, they may use our English Language Editing Services. If authors already used an alternative service that provides an editing confirmation certificate, please send a copy to the Editorial Office.
Submitted manuscripts are scanned for plagiarism, and if acceptable, are sent to two independent reviewers within the topic area to be reviewed. Referees are required to classify the manuscript as: accept manuscript as it is; amend the manuscript with minor revision; resubmit the manuscript after major revision; reject manuscript.
The authors will receive the review reports and revise the manuscript based on the reviewers’ recommendations. Finally, the manuscript is certified by the statistical editor and language editor for consistency and accuracy.
List of reviewers 2019
Erhan Aydin, Usak University, Turkey
Jacques de Jongh, North-West University, South Africa
Josef Glova, Technical University Kosice, Slovakia
Klaudia Smoląg, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
Lindiwe Kunene, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Mariusz Urbański, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland
Nurhodja Akbulaev, Azerbaijan State University of Economics, Azerbaijan
Radovan Bacik, University of Presov, Slovakia
Robert Jeyakumar, Multimedia University, Malaysia
Robert Magda, Szent Istvan University, Hungary
Roland Goldberg, North-West University, South Africa
Suchart Tripopsakul, Bangkok University, Thailand
Fred Yamoah, Birkbeck University of London, London, UK
Muhammad Imran, Iqra University, Karachi, Pakistan
Basharat Javed, Business School, Namal College Mianwali, Pakistan
Riffat Faizan, ABMS University of Switzerland, Switzerland
Nasreen Zehra, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Isaiah Oino, Coventry University, London, UK
Akhtar Baloch, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan
Sree Lekshmi Sreekumaran Nair, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, London, UK
Tafirenyika Sunde, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
English Editing Service
English Editing Service renders a new outlook to the manuscript with fine-tuning of English Language, making the script compliant with proper English and clear phrasing for the benefit of editors and reviewers to understand the submitted manuscript more clearly.
The research paper(s) written by non-native English speaking authors can avail this service to correct grammar, delete redundancies, fix problem sentences, eliminate spelling errors, etc. To improve the overall clarity and organization of the manuscript, it even suggests the author(s) to rearrange the sentences and paragraphs (if necessary).
In case of questions or service price calculation please contact:
Dr. A. Hariharasudan
Faculty of English
Tamil Nadu, India
Mobile No: +919894816754
Please refer to GJEM in further correspondence.