Call for Reviewers

Become a Peer-reviewer!

The editor-in-chief would like to formally invite all interested parties to become peer reviewers for the Journal of Global Trade, Ethics and Law. The journal receives a large number of manuscript submissions and as such, the editors are taking active steps to expand the journal's reviewer pool to ensure substantive and timely feedback. These include diversifying the reviewer pool and encouraging younger colleagues to offer their expertise. Learn more about the journal's peer review process, qualifications, and benefits below.

Interested in reviewing or have questions? Email the Editor-in-Chief.


What is peer review?

Peer review is the foundation of scientific publishing. When you are asked to review a manuscript that has been submitted for publication, your expertise is being acknowledged and your opinion is being valued. As a service to our authors, we try to provide prompt, constructive feedback to help them improve their manuscript before publication, or we may find that their manuscript would be more suitable for another journal. We rely on our reviewers to share their experience and expertise so we can publish only the highest quality research and reviews.


Who can become a reviewer?

If you are active in the field and can objectively evaluate the quality and rigor of research, we want you! The editors of Interacting with Computers are looking for peer reviewers...


Benefits of reviewing for Interacting with Computers

Becoming involved in the peer review process for a scientific journal can be a highly rewarding experience in and of itself. Doing your part to protect the integrity of published scientific literature, at a time when the credibility of science is being increasingly challenged, is more important than ever. That said, there are several benefits specific to reviewing for the Journal of Global Trade, Ethics and Law:


The peer review process

All submissions to the journal are initially reviewed by the Editor-in-Chief and an Associate Editor. At this stage, manuscripts may be rejected without peer review if it is felt that they are not of high enough priority or relevance to the journal’s readers or are not within scope of the journal. This process means that authors are given a quick decision and do not need to wait for the review process.
Manuscripts that are not instantly rejected are sent for single-anonymized peer review, usually to two independent reviewers. Based on the feedback from these reviewers and the editors' judgment, a decision is given on the manuscript.


Do you want to become a Reviewer? Contact us!
Send an email indicating the subjects you can review and attach your Curriculum. The best profiles will be contacted by the Editor-in-Chief to participate to become officially Reviewers for our Journal.



Journal of Global Trade, Ethics and Law is an international, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, double-blind academic journal that aims to examine trade in its economical, political, legal and moral aspects.

In this vein, in addition to analysing the issues of global markets and trade in economic, political and legal terms, the journal aims to examine aspects of ethics in these contexts, with the goal of developing and emphasising new and more vibrant research in the study of international trade and related fields and how they address ongoing moral transformations.

The commitment to fair and ethical research leads the members and readers of the journal to reflect and actively support high academic standards steeped in ideas and curiosity, providing new knowledge to future human minds and supporting societies in their change and progress.