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The process of standardised refereeing of professional publications:a reference framework for the panel of referees of AFBM Journal

  • Charry, Al A.
  • Murray-Prior, Roy B.
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    This paper contains instructions for intending referees of the AFBM Journal, - Australian Farm Business and Farming Systems Management Journal – a refereed publication of the Australian Farm Business Management Network (i.e. AFBMNetwork). The authors want to ensure that: (1) the papers submitted to AFBM Journal will have a common standard of evaluation; (2) the referees will make an informed decision, while optimising their time; and (3) the refereeing opportunity will encourage and uphold the author’s interest in publishing. Logistical issues in the process of refereeing professional publications are summarised. The paper contains a refereeing format to be used by the members of the Referee Panel of AFBM Journal.

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    Article provided by Australasian Farm Business Management Network in its journal AFBM Journal.

    Volume (Year): 01 (2004)
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    Handle: RePEc:ags:afbmau:120914
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