Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions: 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 honoured to present new feedback from the authors who have recently published their papers in the journal Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions.
Shab Hundal, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä, Finland: “I enjoy a great deal of comfort, clarity and convenience working with the entire team of Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions journal. The review process is not only quick and constructive but also highly streamlined and efficient. In particular, I like the separate assessment of each of the various criteria of the review report. As an author, I can read general comments regarding my paper as well as have glimpses of quality of my work in each of the specified criteria. The entire team is very friendly and supportive. Overall, a great journal and great people to work with!”
Michele Bonollo, Politecnico Milano, Milan, Italy; Iason LTD, Milan, Italy: “I appreciated very much the timeliness and availability of the team in supporting us in the editorial work. The guidelines for publishing in the journal were very clear and accurate. The cooperation with the editorial team was very effective, with a comprehensive disclosure and a problem solivig attitude. The review process by the referees was managed in a timely way and helped us to improve the paper quality”.
Martin Mulyadi, Shenandoah University, Winchester, Virginia, USA: “The communication with the managing editor has been prompt and professional. Any queries I had were addressed promptly. I also appreciate the expertise of the editor and reviewers. The constructive feedback provided by them significantly improved our paper. The review reports were insightful, and the constructive comments helped us refine our work. I commend your commitment to transparency by collecting feedback from stakeholders. Such initiatives contribute to the overall quality of the journal”.
Guido Max Mantovani, International University of Monaco, OMNES Education, Monaco; Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Venice, Italy; The Teofilo Intato Institute, Milan, Italy: “Publishing with Virtus Interpress is selective for contents but efficient in processing: this is one of the main reasons I often submit my papers there and suggest my co-authors to submit as well. My latest submission to “Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions” makes no difference.
Any journal of Virtus Interpress benefits of the overall activity around them, including scientific conferences, wide international network and an outstanding scientific board including more and more key scholars (e.g., Bill Megginson). This is guarantee of unbiased selection process.
The staff managing any journal is always very efficient: e-mail feedbacks are usually within hours and you may always trust on effective solutions to the issues that may arise during the entire process. The very same is for the Editors, true mentors for the authors both before and after acceptance.
I co-authored a paper published in “Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions” and had the opportunity to interact specifically with Olha Lytvynenko and Valeriia Syromlia. They are both “straight-to-the-point” persons helping with whatever you may need, including the critical phase of final editing of the paper and its pullulation when published.
I will definitely continue to submit my research papers with Virtus Interpress journals, including the brand-new ones and “Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions” as well”.
Francesco Sotti, Department of Economics and Management, University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy: “Communication with the journal editor was timely, clear and precise. The editor always promptly responded to every email sent. The paper review process was quick and clear. In a very short time, we were given guidance on the content to be reviewed and the structure of the paper”.
More comments of authors and reviewers of the journal Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions are available here.