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Guide for Reviewers
All scientific articles are peer reviewed – both by the editors and  by external specialists from different scientific institutions and (if needed) business companies.  We greatly appreciate the useful feedback we receive from reviewers. Reviews are managed and submitted online via the Online Journal System (OJS) submission system.
Blinding or disclosure

By default author names are blineded to reviewers and reviewer names are withheld from the authors (double-blind). However it is possible to to reveal names (for authors and reviewers) by adding your name in the “Comments for the author” section.
What would we like you to look for?
When you review an article, please bear our readership in mind. The journal is aimed at everyone involved in the advancement of study on enterprises but we are appreciate research from other topics such as: business and management, economics, finance and marketing.
Please consider the following questions when reviewing an article:

• Is the information new or is it an innovative synthesis of already-known information?
• Is the article clear and concise? Is the methodology correct and logical?
• If the article reports original research?
• Are the conclusions supported by the results and discussion?
  • Is there any part of the article that you think could/should be improved?
    • Do you have any concerns about the article? (e.g. results too good to be true)
    • Is the abstract/key points a good summary of the article’s important message?

    Please remember it is very important that reviewers have privileged access to articles. We would like to ask that you respect the authors’ confidentiality and do not disclose any information about the article prior to publication at our website.

List of Reviewers 2021-2022                             

  • Arturas Balkevicius, Associate Prof., Finance, Mykolas Romeris Univeristy
  • Halyna Vasylevska, Ph.D, Department of Taxes and Fiscal Policy, West Ukrainian National University Ternopil
  • Marius Laurinaitis, Associate Prof., Finance and Banking, Mykolas Romeris Univeristy
  • Dagmar Camska, Finance, MIAS School of Business, Czech Technical University in Prague
  • Paweł Antonowicz, Associate Prof., Finance and Management, University of Gdańsk, Faculty of Management
  • Krzysztof Dobrowolski, Associate Prof., Economics, University of Gdańsk, Faculty of Economics
  • Anna Szymczak, PhD, Economics, Sopot University of Applied Science
  • Grzegorz Gołębiowski, Associate Prof., Finance, The University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw
  • Izabella Steinerowska-Streb, Associate Prof., Management, University of Economics in Katowice
  • Ewa Łączek-Tarazewicz, PhD, Accountancy, Finance, University of Business and Administration In Gdynia
  • Danuta Boike, PhD, Accountancy, University of Business and Administration In Gdynia
  • Jarosław Wróblewski, PhD, Statistics, Entrepreneurship, University of Business and Administration in Gdynia
  • Michał Łukowski, PhD, Finance, University of Economics in Poznań
  • Michal Karas, PhD, Management, Brno University of Technology
  • Grażyna Węgrzyn, Associate Prof., Economics, University of Economics in Wrocław
  • Małgorzata Z. Wiśniewska, Prof., Management, University of Gdańsk
  • Tomasz Gołębiowski, Prof., Management, Warsaw School of Economics
  • Tomasz Kuszewski, Associate Prof., University of Economics and Humanities in Warsaw
  • Wojciech Kozłowski, PhD, Management, University of Gdańsk
  • Anna Białk-Wolf, PhD, Management, University of Business and Administration In Gdynia
  • Małgorzata Grabus, PhD, Sopot University of Applied Science
  • Maria Selwent, PhD, Management, University of Business and Administration In Gdynia
  • Nadiya Dubrovina, CSc., PhD, Bratislava University of Economics and Management