1. Papers for the subsequent
issues of semi-annual Geography and Tourism are collected in terms of:
- by 30
January of each year (number 1)
- by 30
June each year (number 2)
In a case
where we do not complete list of papers for the publication of a next
issue, publishing process may be extended.
will be proofread and a subject to formal editorial evaluation (e.g. in
terms of the statistical methods used)
Editor reserves the right to correct minor linguistic and factual
text of the
article is sent to at least two reviewers (according to the principle
of "double-blind review process"), which establishes Editors - in order
to avoid conflicts of interest (personal relationships, in particular
affinity to the second degree, marriage), reporting relationships or
professional direct scientific cooperation in the past two years
preceding the year of preparation reviews) electronically with reviews
sheet, after removal of the data identifying the author(s).
6. The process of
reviewing the text takes up to 6 weeks, then, after receiving a signed
review (in paper or electronic form) reviewed text is sent to the
author via the Editor (to avoid recognition of identity of reviewers by
the author/s) in order to correct any errors.
the reviewers for their comments within the 3 weeks deadline from the
date of receipt of the information about the review.
contains an unambiguous conclusion concerning the conditions of
admission of the article for publication or reject it. In the case of
non-admission article for publication, the author(s) receive
information from the Editors with a written explanation of the reason.
Paper’s printouts along with it’s reviews
will remain in documentation of the Editor.
10. In the
event of acceptance of the manuscript, author(s) transmit copyright
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of the manuscript, author(s) undertake to comply with the provisions of
the Civil Code - Law on Copyright and Related Rights.
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that contains the eligibility criteria for the publication of the
article is available on the website of Geography and Tourism