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Peer review process

After complete verification by the editorial Secretariat, and a preliminary analysis by the editors (desk review), the articles that make it through this stage will be submitted for evaluation by two independent referees with experience and professional competence in the respective area of the work, who will issue opinions that will be used by the editors when deciding on whether to accept it for publication. The evaluation criteria include originality, relevant contribution to the field, appropriate methodology, clarity, and timely relevance. In view of the increasing number of submissions, articles will also be evaluated for their relevance and contribution to specific knowledge in the field. Thus, an article with appropriate methodology and consistent results may not be accepted for publication if it is deemed by the editors to be of low relevance. Currently, the peer review process takes place without disclosing the referees involved.

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