Scientific journals published by Autonomous Chapingo University follow a peer-reviewed procedure, either double- or triple-blind. Each journal’s website precisely describes the procedures relating to manuscript submission, the appointment of reviewers, the types of results of the opinions issued by the reviewers, and the review of the adjunct editors, among other aspects.
The Peer Review is performed by external evaluators, the review process applies the double-blind method.
We invite researchers wishing to contribute to our journals who have any questions or comments about the peer-review process, which are not addressed exhaustively here, to review the specific editorial policies of each journal by visiting its website or by communicating with us.
It is important to note that the entire peer-review process is based on anonymity, in relation to the professional and specialized work of the reviewers. As described in other sections of these policies, care is taken with regard to possible conflicts of interest, inappropriate editorial behavior, appeals, disputes, and so on. In the case of the Scientific Journals published by Chapingo, the process is regulated in the General Guidelines for the Editorial Management of the Institutional Journals of Autonomous Chapingo University.