Acknowledgment of reviewers 2012-2016

Valuation Studies would like to thank the following people who have served as anonymous reviewers for the journal since the submission of the first papers in June 2012:

Patrik Aspers, Helene Balslev, Emily Barman, Oliver Berli, Ivar Björklund, Ingemar Bohlin, Cristobal Bonelli, Gian Marco Campagnolo, James Carrier, Luca Carollo, Pierre-Marie Chauvin, George Curry, Joe Deville, William Davies, Carlos Diaz, Liliana Doganova*, Dioko Don, Dianne Dredge, Quentin Dufour, Vera Ehrenstein, Rebecca Empson, Lena Eriksson, Karin Fernler, Fabian Frenzel, Susi Geiger, Alison Gerber, Catherine Grandclement, Kor Grit, Antoine Hennion, Marta Herrero, Dan Hirschman, Petter Holm, Tone Huse, Douglas Holmes, Isabelle Huault, Jerry Jacka, Linus Johansson Krafve, Silvia Jordan, Hans Kjellberg * , Ann-Christina Lange, Francis Lee*, Eva Lövbrand, Anders Madsen, Alexandre Mallard*, Bill Maurer, Andrea Mennicken*, Lynn Minnaert, Merijn Mol, Liz Moor, Tiago Moreira, Riikka Murto, David O'Brien, Canseng Ooi, Horacio Ortiz, Jose Ossandon, Trine Pallesen, Nikiforos Panourgias, Morten Petersen, Neil Pollock, Hugo Reinert, Carina Ren, Philip Roscoe, Rita Samiolo, Michael Sauder, Michael Scott, Ebba Sjögren*, Ann Steiner, Jesper Strandgaard, Taylor Spears, Kjell Tryggestad, Zsuzsanna Vargha, Eric Venbrux, Hendrik Vollmer, Laura Watts, Linda Wedlin, Michelle Whitford, Steve Woolgar, Dmitrii Zhikharevich, Malte Ziewitz

* These scholars acted as external reviewers before they in the autumn 2014 became part of the new and extended board of editors.

Review process

The review workflow is specifically catered to deal with both contributions that warrant a traditional double blind review and contributions that require an editorial process relying on open commenting (such as in the case of interviews). In the latter case, a member of the advisory board can take on a direct editorial role reviewing and communicating directly with the contributor(s).

Become a reviewer

The reviewers provide advice to the editors for their editorial decisions as well as comments that can help the contributing author(s) develop their contributions. The reviewers perform in these respects valuable services to the journal and are treated thereafter.

  • The journal takes great effort to rely on seasoned reviewers as well as to take on and assist junior scholars in developing their skills in the practice of scholarly reviewing.
  • The journal strives to foster a culture where reviewers perform their task with scholarly integrity and respect.

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