COC journal: New feedback from the authors

Publishing House “Virtus Interpress” continues to implement its transparency policy in terms of communication with the key stakeholders – authors. This time we would like to publish new feedback of the authors who published their papers in Corporate Ownership and Control journal.

Mireille Chidiac El Hajj, PhD., Associate Professor, Faculty of Business and Economics, Department of Management, Lebanese University, Lebanon: "It has been a highly rewarding experience to cooperate with your esteemed journal Corporate Ownership and Control for the publication of our scholarly article. Your team is discerning and professional in its approach. Since the initial contact, the Editor-in-Chief gave helpful feedback, and the reviews were fair and supportive, which facilitated the final production of the research article. The communication has been prompt in guiding the work toward fruition. It has been an experience worth repeating for future collaboration."

Dr. Salem Alhababsah, Lecturer in Accounting, Coventry University, UK: "In my capacity as an author, I had an excellent experience with Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control. This journal is characterized by the prompt response and efficient communication. I have approached the Editor couple of times seeking answers to relevant queries. His answers were clear and responsible. Furthermore, I received useful and constructive feedback on my manuscript and also the revised manuscript is processed within an acceptable turnaround time."

Dr. Domenico Campa, Ph.D., Professor of Accounting, International University of Monaco: "I submitted a manuscript to Corporate Ownership and Control. I must say that the review process was quite smooth. The editor replied promptly to my submission email stating that the paper fit the journal
so it could go under review. The report from the reviewer came back
after 5/6 weeks, which is an excellent time. After the revision, the paper was accepted and there was a kind and, especially, fast exchange of email to finalize the process. I have to say that, in comparison with my other journal in the field, the journal showed respect for authors’ work and had a good review process. I think the journal is a bit underestimated given that it contains very good articles."

Dr. Mohammad Alhadab, Department of Accounting, Faculty of Economics
and Administrative Sciences, Al Al-Bayt University, Jordan:
"I would highly recommend the submission to the Corporate Ownership and Control. The Editor is very helpful and replies directly after receiving any submission to acknowledge the paper is received and assigned to reviewers. The review process is very straightforward and in a timely and efficient manner. The reviewers are usually experts in the field and they submit their review reports within approximately four weeks of the date of submission."

Francesco Napoli, Associate Professor of business economics, Università degli Studi e-Campus, Italy: "I have contributed as both an author and a reviewer to The Journal of Corporate Ownership and Control, a high-level academic publication which is considered to be among the best international reviews. One of the positive surprises which the Journal gave me as an author was the rapidity of its reviewing process, without compromising its high-quality standards. During my time contributing as a reviewer, it has become clear to me that the Journal’s excellence is achieved due to the effort on the part of the editor to maintain an efficient and efficacious level of communication. On the basis of my experience, I can say that it is far easier to communicate with the Editor-in-Chief of this journal than with the editors of most other journals. Whenever I have sent an email, I have received an immediate, complete response. On the other hand, the review maintains the authoritative reputation it has gained in international academic circles by applying rigid, consistent regulations to its revision processes."

More comments can be obtained on the relevant web pages of the journal:

- Corporate Ownership and Control.