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Selection of Editorial Team Members
Stewarding the peer review process is very crucial for a research journal. For the journals at iRAPA, the process of peer review is stewarded by editorial team. iRAPA recruits, train and compensate the relevant editors in line with the scope of a journal and support them with technology, staff and advice to help manage the process of managing a peer review journal.
Selecting an Editor-in-Chief
iRAPA believes editors as key role players on its journals. The editors put their reputation and name to the journal, they help publishers steer the strategic direction of the journal and they oversee the journal's peer-review process. So one of the biggest responsibilities of a publisher is to invest the time and effort necessary to appoint the right editors. Before iRAPA starts the recruitment of an Editor-In-Chief, the coordinating team at iRAPA pays attention to "What is best for the journal, and what is best for the community that journal serves?" The coordinating team at iRAPA works to identify an individual who, working with the publisher, is ready and able to help define a vision for the journal and who has the authority within his or her field to execute that vision. The individual is thus designated as Editor-in-Chief.
The Role of Editor-in-Chief
Once the coordinating team at iRAPA finalized the recruitment of the Editor-in-Chief, the Editor-in-Chief is then given the responsibility to complete the editorial team of the journal. Peer reviewers may make a recommendation about a submission, but it is the editorial team that has the ultimate responsibility to make a final decision on whether to accept or reject a submission for publication in a journal.
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