Grants and Contracts per year
Grants and Contracts Details
The Interim Editor shall have overall responsibility for the quality, content, and editorial management of the Journal, and shall ensure efficient operations of the Journal. The Interim Editor shall: i. Use established workflows of the standard peer-review system provided by the Publisher; ii. Use publications software designated by the Association and the Publisher; iii. Solicit contributions to the Journal iv. Ensure that all articles submitted to the Journal are appropriately peer-reviewed in a timely manner; v. Accept or reject contributions; vi. Submit to the Publisher in electronic format a sufficient number of peer-reviewed and accepted articles, prepared in accordance with the Journal’s Instructions to Contributors according to the agreed Production Schedule, so as to ensure the regular publication of the Journal; vii. Ensure that all Journal contributions submitted to the Publisher are complete, including that all illustrations provided are of a minimum print quality; viii. Be responsible for reading page proofs, checking authors’ corrections and returning corrected proofs to the Publisher in a timely manner; ix. Be responsible for determining the order of contents for each issue of the Journal; x. Carry out all responsibilities in compliance with the Association’s Conflicts of Interest Requirements, the APSA Guide to Professional Ethics in Political Science, and the Committee on Publication Ethics; xi. Perform their responsibilities in a timely and professional manner, with reasonable care and skill and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations and prevailing standards of accepted business practice and ethics; xii. Adhere to industry best practices and comply with the reasonable requests of the Association regarding the method of work; and xiii. Perform such additional responsibilities as the Editorial Team and the Association may agree upon.
|Effective start/end date||7/22/19 → 12/31/20|
- American Political Science Association
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