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March 27, 2013


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Jeffrey Harrison

Do you know why a number of reviews are switching? Is it possible that they prefer the higher price as a way of reducing the number of submissions. In theory, this higher cost might make law profs and little more restrained with respect to mass mailings. I actually do not think so but otherwise I do not understand the change.

Ben Barros

That's one possible explanation. I agree that it is unlikely to work. Scholastica claims to have a better back-end of the system, so this might be a plus for the law reviews.

VAP at 2nd Tier School

I accidentally submitted a manuscript via Expresso that couldn't be opened because the file was corrupted. I still got 9 dings before someone let me know that there was a problem with the file and I resubmitted...


I worry more about "resume bias" at the expedited review end: perhaps if the journal knows that a low-end journal accepted an article, they are less likely to pay attention to the expedited review request or to say yes to the article.

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