New feedback from the authors
The editorial team of Virtus Interpress is happy to present new feedback from the authors who have recently published their papers in the journals Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition, Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, and Corporate Law & Governance Review.
Ilaria Galavotti, Department of Economic and Social Sciences, Faculty of Economics and Law, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza-Milan, Italy: “My publishing experience with the journal Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition has been extremely positive. The managing editor of the journal has always been highly supportive and communications were clear, transparent, and timely. Furthermore, I was very positively impressed by the efficient and accurate reviewing process, which provided insightful and constructive comments on my paper. Overall, I honestly praise the reliability and the high-quality standard of the journal and would strongly recommend it. For sure, I will rely on Virtus Interpress journals also for future publications”.
Hugh Grove, School of Accountancy, University of Denver, Denver, the USA: “Communications with the managing editor of this journal are always efficient, precise, and prompt. The reviewing process is also very efficient, effective, and prompt, usually within one month. The content of the reviewers’ reports is very thorough, positive, and helpful toward revising our manuscripts to reach publishable versions. This point of view about cooperation with the journal Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition is based on ten articles that my coauthors and I have published with this journal in the last three years. These conclusions also apply to other Virtus InterPress corporate governance journals where we have published 14 additional articles in the last several years”.
Rama Sastry Vinjamury, School of Business Management, Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Bengaluru, India: “I am pleased to share my experience about publishing in Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review. The process from initial manuscript submission to publication is streamlined and hassle-free. The editorial team was courteous and professional throughout. The reviewer feedback was helpful and timely. I look forward to more such publishing opportunities with Virtus Interpress”.
Karen Hogan, Department of Finance, Haub School of Business, St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, the USA: “Working with the Virtus Interpress and specifically the journal of Corporate Law & Governance Review has been outstanding. The reviewer comments, both editorial and blind reviewer, were very helpful in pointing us in the direction that would make the paper a richer experience for the reader and also a bigger contribution to the literature. The review time was very fast and reviewer comments were very helpful in improving the quality of the paper. The entire team is extremely professional and I can’t say enough about my positive experience with them”.