Articles Accepted for Indian Journal of Economics and Development 13(4) October-December 2017

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Article Review Cycle

  1. The research articles submitted for publication to Indian Journal of Economics and Development are given a unique identification number.

  2. The Chief Editor/Editor decides upon the relevance of the manuscript to go through the normal review process if it is appropriate to the Journal Aims and Scope.

  3. If the article full fills the Aims and Scope of Indian Journal of Economics and Development then author is asked to remit processing fee which is mandatory for each submission. It may be noted that the payment of the processing fee does not guarantee acceptance of the manuscript. The Processing Fee is non-refundable even if the article is not accepted.

  4. On the receipt of the processing fee and successfully screened manuscripts are sent to 2-3 qualified experts for a full blind, high-quality and fair refereeing process.

  5. The reviewers are encouraged to provide informative comments on the manuscript to the Chief Editor within 3-4 weeks of the initial submission.

  6. Based on reviewers’ comments, the Chief Editor recommends whether a manuscript will be published without changes, accepted subject to changes (minor/major) or rejected.

  7. The Chief Editor’s decision on the manuscript is rapidly communicated to the authors.

  8. Accepted manuscripts that are subjected to minor or major changes are expected to be accordingly revised and resubmitted by the authors in a timely manner.

  9. Society of Economics and Development shall furnish authors of fully accepted papers with galley proofs for the correction of printing errors.

  10. Authors are encouraged to return the proof within 3 calendar days of submittal to expedite manuscript publication in the approaching Journal Issue.

  11. When the final version of the manuscript is accepted for publication, a formal acceptance letter will be issued and sent to the author(s). Authors are requested not to propose further changes to the final accepted version of the manuscript.

  12. Once the manuscript is published, Society of Economics and Development shall not be held responsible for errors which are the result of authors’ oversights.

  13. The Society does not levy any printing charges for publication of articles. However, the soft copy of the reprint and hard copy of the Journal is sent to the members only.

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