How long does it take to publish in Elsevier?

How long does it take to publish in Elsevier?

How long does it take to publish a paper in Journal? If you receive a revise and resubmit it may take another 2–4 months to hear back on the revised article. If your article is accepted, it could take anywhere from a few months to three years for the journal to publish your piece.

How long does it take to receive a publication acceptance?

The final step is an internal proofread to ensure the quality of the paper that is going for publication. In summary, it takes about 4-6 weeks after acceptance for a paper to be published (faster for fast-tracked papers).

How long does publication review take?

Typically the manuscript will be reviewed within 80 days. Should the reviewers’ reports contradict one another or a report is unduly delayed, a further expert opinion will be sought. If necessary, revised manuscripts may be returned to the initial reviewers, usually within 1 month.

How long does it take to hear back after manuscript submission?

On average, it takes six months from the time you submit your manuscript until you receive a concrete decision (across all academic fields). Even if your article is accepted, it then takes an average of another six months before it is published.

Can a journal track the progress of a manuscript?

Further developments in the online submission process help journals provide authors with access to manuscript tracking systems, which allow them to follow the status of a manuscript as it goes through the review process, post submission.

Where can I submit my paper to Elsevier?

You can submit to most Elsevier journals using our online systems. The system you use will depend on the journal to which you submit. You can access the relevant submission system via the “submit your paper” link on the Elsevier.com journal homepage of your chosen journal.

How long does a technical check in progress take?

There is no reasonable field-independent answer to this question. Even within a field, the time for processing different papers at the same journal can vary a lot. – David Ketcheson Sep 8 ’13 at 4:25 Voting to close for what David Ketchesn said. The only thing that we can answer here is that Technical Check in Progress should not take 40 days.

How do I submit a response to technical check?

Certain publications have a Technical Check process all submissions to the journal must go through. This is done before a submission is sent out for peer review. If your submitted paper was sent back to you as it failed the journal’s Technical Check, the specific reasons for this are detailed in the e-mail notification.