Appeal against editorial decisions
We aim to respond to and resolve all complaints quickly and constructively. The procedures to investigate and resolve complaints followed by Edorium Journals aims to be fair and balanced for those making complaints and for those being complained about.
If the authors disagree with the editorial decision on their manuscripts they have a right to appeal.
If a manuscript is rejected and authors are not satisfied about the outcome of their manuscript, they can appeal a decision if they feel that their article has been rejected unfairly.
In such cases please email the Editor-in-Chief with an appeal letter. In the appeal letter state why the authors feel that the rejection of their letter was unfair and address all specific points of the reviewers' and editor's comments.
Appeals must be submitted within 30 days of the rejection decision.
When applying for appeal, do not submit a revised version of the article at this stage.
If the appeal is accepted by the Editor-in-Chief, he/she will will review the manuscript, editorial and peer reviewers' comments and give his/her decision for accepting or rejecting a manuscript. Editor-in-Chief may, if so required, send the manuscript to a new handling editor for a fresh editorial review and to new referees for peer review. Decision of the Editor-in-Chief in such case will be final.