Editorial Board Role

Editorial Board Roles

Associate editors manage papers assigned by the Editor-in-Chief, assisted by reviewers chosen by their specific area of expertise. The Associate Editors would then make a decision based on the comments of the critics and make a suggestion to the Editor-in-Chief. The up-front dismissal of unsuitable or barely significant papers can also be suggested.

The position of the Editorial Advisory Board in Journal Management is to provide advice, recommendations and specialist scientific support, sometimes acting as Guest Associate Editor for particular papers or Guest Editor for specific thematic problems, proposing opinion papers, editorials or reviews and acting as problem/controversial paper reviewers. The members of the Editorial Advisory Board will serve as representatives for the Journal of  Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship in the professional and science world, in accordance with the other components of the Editorial Board.