Open Access Policy
Review of Socio-Economic Perspectives is an open access journal. Open Access means that all content is free of charge to the researchers and institutions. Also Authors are required to agree with this open access policy. Researchers are enabled to read, download, copy, print, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author.
Review of Socio-Economic Perspectives uses Creative Commons copyright license policy CC-BY. Copyrights remain with the authors. The authors give permission to the RSEP to publish their work and agree that users are allowed to copy and redistribute the work, transform and build upon it by sign the RSEP Copyright Agreement
Review of Socio-Economic Perspectives is established in 2016 and journal is published both online and print version semiannually. June and December are publishing months of journal.
Articles submitted for possible publication are subjected to a double-blind, peer review process.
Articles are first reviewed by editors. Editor may reject the articles before the referee process. Some articles may not directly/indirectly related with the journal area or language can be too poor for publication. These are the main reasons of rejection by editor. Referees don't know the author and also author don't know the referees.
If the judgement of one referee is negative, and the second referee result is positive, the article is sent to the third referee. In that case, the third referee's opinion is to be decisive.
The reviewers are independent of the authors, and not affiliated with the same institution.
Two referees examine the study around the scientific reality and trueness. The arbitration process is predicted between 4-6 weeks.
Accepted articles wiil be published approximetely within 3 month.
When a manuscript is submitted to Review of Socio-Economic Perspectives, the editor/editors conducts an initial control in regard to plagiarism with the help of plagiarism check programs. If the content of the paper is plagiarized less than 15%, the author or authors may be requested to revise the manuscript. If considerable plagiarism (>15%) is noticed in manuscript content or part therefore, the manuscript is straight away rejected.
Authors don't pay the fee for any process. Submission and publication processes are free of charge.