EDITORIAL POLICY

 

The evaluation for scientific acceptance of the articles follows the peer review procedure that is based on the "double-blind" method; each paper will be evaluated by two independent specialists, external to the Editorial Board.

 Our reviewers will evaluate submitted papers based on criteria such as: 

· Relevance to “Journal of Financial and Monetary Economics”
· Originality
· Significance; usefulness
· Logical presentation
· Linguistic quality 
· Reference to the related literature
· Methods used
· Research results

The authors will be informed about possible recommendations for improving the paper and the final decision after the evaluation process.

If the reviewers decide that the article is suitable for publication, it will be published in “Journal of Financial and Monetary Economics”. If the reviewers ask for revision of the article, the authors can make the appropriate changes and the article will be evaluated for the second time. If the reviewers reject the article, then the notification will be sent to the authors. 

When the reviewers have divergent assessments for the same article, the Editor-in-Chief will decide, based on the reviews received, or will submit the article to a third specialist. 

Submission of an article implies that it contains original work that has not been previously published and that is not being submitted for publication elsewhere, that its publication is approved by all authors and that, if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere including electronically in the same form, in any other language, without the written consent of the copyright-holder. Authors are required to transfer copyright and publishing rights to the journal under the CC by NC ND license.

The Editorial Board of Journal of Financial and Monetary Economics considers plagiarism to be an unacceptable practice. Therefore, every manuscript received for publication by the journal is checked for originality. We employ Grammarly as our primary tool for plagiarism detection. If the editors or the peer reviewers detect a case of plagiarism before publication, the author(s) will be alerted and requested to clarify and/or correct the issue. If the analysis indicates extensive plagiarism (more than approximately 25%) the article is rejected, the author(s) is (are) forbidden to submit further articles for two years and the author(s)’s institution can be notified.