Editor-in-Chief Roles and Responsibilities
Editor-in-Chief is the head of the board and decision maker of the journal, who is expert of the field and renowned. The following are the major roles of the editors-in-chief…
- Describe the aims and scope of the journal and select topics related to the journal
- Selection of papers and actively participate in review process
- Select suitable persons for the editorial board and co-ordinate with other editors, reviewers and editorial staff
- Prepare guideline to improve the standards of the journal.
- Suggest potential contributors and reviewers to make the journal success
- Submit papers, editorials and opinions for publication in the journal.
- Promote the journal at international events where you are a participant/organizing committee member
- Suggest the journal to your friends, colleagues and students to receive submissions
- Organize special issues if time allows
- Make decisions at any time in any process
- Summarize the editorial policies and supervise the review process
- Decide the journal frequency and issue size if required
Editor Roles and Responsibilities
- Should be an expert in the specific field and should have more than 100 publications.
- Should actively participate in review process and editorial activities
- Suggest the journal to friends, colleagues and students for publications
- Submit review articles and editorials to improve the journal citations
- An editorial board member could organize special editions based on research interest and expertise
- Promote the journal among research communities