Journal of Governance and Regulation: New feedback from the authors
The editorial team of the Publishing House Virtus Interpress continues to implement its transparency policy in terms of communication with the authors as key stakeholders. In this regard, we are glad to share new feedback from the authors who have recently published their papers in the Journal of Governance and Regulation.
Yousif Abdelbagi Abdalla, Department of Accounting, College of Business Administration (AACSB), University of Sharjah, the UAE: “On behalf of my co-authors, I would like to express my great appreciation and pleasure working with the editorial team of the Journal of Governance and Regulation. I would appreciate the prompt responding, high quality, and very helpful reviewing process adopted by the Journal. Thank you, the managing editor of the Journal, our reviewers, and the publisher. In overall, our experience was very great with the Journal of Governance and Regulation. We are looking forward to further cooperation”.
Silas Mukwarami, Africa Centre for Sustainability Accounting and Management (ACSAM), School of Accountancy, University of Limpopo, South Africa: "I appreciate quick responses from the managing editor from the first day I sent our article to the Journal of Governance and Regulation till the day our paper was accepted. The review process did not take long, and it took less time than expected. The review report from the editors was insightful and helped us improve the quality of our paper".
Fitriya Fauzi, RMIT University, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam: "I have published a few articles in the Journal of Governance and Regulation, and it was a great experience. All the processes starting from submission to publication are very engaging and professional as the journal’s editor provides a prompt response, the reviewers provide valuable feedback, and the production teams provide proper assistance".
Muhammad Din, Faculty of Economics and Business, Tadulako University, Palu, Indonesia: "My research was published in the Journal of Regulation and Governance with a transparent and accountable process. The handling of articles by the editor is carried out in a responsive and communicative manner. The results of the review are very useful for improving the quality of research. Most review points are constructive and appreciative. Hopefully, Virtus Interpress journals can continue to improve the quality of their articles, and maintain their excellent reputation in scientific forums".
Joko Tri Nugraha, Tidar University, Magelang, Indonesia: "My experience is working with the editor of the Journal of Governance and Regulation, the communication is very good. The review process is carried out critically and in depth, motivating the author to write even better. In addition, the review process has been very responsive and easy to understand in the process of revising articles for the better. Communication continues throughout the process of this article being published. Thank you very much, editor".
Sohail Magableh, Department of Economics, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan: "I’m really excited for your cooperation and professional work during my dealing with the managing editor and reviewing process, I like the precise comments linked with limited time. All these things made me happy to deal with you, and of course, have improved the quality of my research".
Artan Nimani, Rector of University of Gjakova “Fehmi Agani”, Gjakovë, the Republic of Kosovo: “Publishing a paper in this journal has been a worthy experience. The editorial office staff were very cooperative and provided all the guidance and support as needed. The review of the Journal of Governance and Regulation was of high quality and beneficial, it helped us improve the quality of the work published. The professional work of the editors and the other staff have exceeded all my expectations. The efficiency with which my manuscript was reviewed and published was tremendous”.
Roberta Bajrami, Faculty of Economics, AAB College, Pristina, the Republic of Kosovo: "I have very positive opinions about the Journal of Governance and Regulation. So far, two papers have been published and every procedure from application to publication is extremely correct and fair. I can name two main features of this journal that pushed me to publish again in it: the first is the very fast and transparent communication from the Editing Management and the second is the rules/recommendations from the editorial board from which they assure me that the journal is very serious and has stability in Scopus".
Yahya Ali Al-Matari, Accounting Department, College of Business Administration, King Faisal University, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: "It is a pleasure to have this opportunity to express my gratitude and appreciation to the editorial team of the journal of Governance and Regulation for their support and kind cooperation. My foremost gratitude goes to the Managing Editor, Olha Lytvynenko, who is so friendly, professional and helpful. I am also grateful to the learned reviewers of the article who provided me with the objective and valuable comments that help improving the quality of my paper. I am so much satisfied with the way my article was managed through the whole publication process".
More comments of authors and reviewers of the Journal of Governance and Regulation are available here.