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The manuscript shall be submitted together with a statement on originality of the work to addresses:, or All manuscripts submitted to the European Insurance Law Review are double-blind reviewed.
Articles may be written in Serbian, English or German. The works must be original, unpublished and not under consideration for publication in another journal.
The Editorial Board shall acknowledge receipt to the authors of works received, with subsequent notification of acceptance or rejection.
The Editorial Board shall pass the article under consideration for publication and verify that it suits the journal's remit and complies with the publication standards. If so, the articles will be reviewed. The author alone is responsible for the claims made in the article. Texts which fail to meet the standards of academic publication in terms of content, methodology, bibliographical support and structure will not be sent out for external review.
The manuscripts shall be double-blind reviewed. Based on the reviewers’ reports, the Editorial Board reserves the right to accept or reject the articles for publication, as well as to make style modifications and/or shorten texts, while respecting the original content. The authors will receive the evaluation reports from the reviewers, anonymously, so that they may make (where appropriate) any necessary corrections or responses.
The criteria on which the Editorial Board bases its decision on accepting or rejecting articles are: quality and originality; novelty; advancement of scientific knowledge; reliability and scientific validity, verified methodological quality; applicability of the results in resolving specific problems in practice; good style of writing and logical coherence and material presentation).


The article received is first assessed by one or more members of the Editorial Board, to evaluate its suitability in terms of the content encompassed by the journal’s remit and the established publication criteria.
So as to guarantee quality standards in published articles, and to meet the requirements of the European Insurance Law Review, the articles will be double-blind reviewed.
Articles (without author(s) names) are sent by the Editorial Board to two external reviewers, who deliver their reports. These reports form the basis for the Editorial Board’s decision to reject or accept the article, or to accept a modified version of the article. It is hoped that the evaluation system may be as transparent as possible. Thus, the non-confidential parts of evaluators’ reports are sent to the authors, excluding any details that may indicate the identity of the external reviewers. Some formal changes may be made to the text, while at all times respecting its content. Once the changes suggested by the reviewers have been incorporated, the new version is submitted for a second evaluation process.
Reviewers’ reports include: a general recommendation; assessment of overall quality; evaluation of originality; evaluation of technical and academic content: background, methodology, structure and formal features; additional comments.
The evaluations and suggestions for corrections written by reviewers should be well-grounded and clearly explained. It is necessary to avoid comments and phrases that are open to misinterpretation.
A manuscript is to be rejected when: it is of little or no academic interest or relevance; it has serious methodological failures; is superficial or a merely descriptive; the interpretation of information is generally inadequate; the text lacks significant bibliographical and documentary support; the text is so inadequate that require a significant or total re-write.
Corrections will be required in texts: when contain methodological errors which can be corrected without a complete re-drafting of the text; whose academic depth or coherence may be questioned in relation to supplementary arguments; wherein the approach to questions requires improvement in certain areas; when bibliographical or documentary support could be improved; where the written expression is acceptable, but it may contain a range or errors or imprecise terms and where the written expression is generally good, but a number of small corrections may be suggested.

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