Inside the Editor's Black Box: 10 Years of the Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
To mark the start of the 10th year of publication of this journal, this extended editorial presents a short review of the contents of the journal through nine annual volumes, 41 individual issues and 321 contributions. The overall aim is to encourage new (and old) contributors and new contributions in the important and exciting field of environmental planning and management. It then opens up the 'black box' of the editorial process and explains what goes on inside the journal, in order to address authors' concerns about peer-review, refereeing and editorial decisions. The opportunity is also taken to comment on new - mainly electronic - developments in journal publishing.
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Volume (Year): 44 (2001)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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