Editorial Procedures and Peer-Review

Following submission of manuscript, the editors begin the peer review process. The first stage is an evaluation of the manuscript in the editorial board that will assess the compliance with the editing requirements and ethical standards of the Journal. Manuscripts that do not meet Journal’s criteria will be rejected prior peer review. In this stage the manuscript will be sent to the Managing Editor and/or Chief Editor who will assess the scientific value of the manuscript and the compliance with the Journal’s topics. Any rejection decision at this stage will be verified by the Chief Editor or the Managing Editor and will not represent a peer review of the work.
After having passed first evaluation, the article will be sent to two independent reviewers that will conduct a blind review. 

Peer review model L’Europe Unie

Editorial decision
Within 1-2 months following submission authors will receive a reply from the editors in regard to the acceptance or rejection of the manuscript. This reply can consist in:
Accept – the manuscript is accepted without any modification concerning scientific or methodological matters.
Accept with minor revisions – the acceptance of the manuscript will depend on minor revisions suggested by the reviewers. Authors are to make these modifications within two weeks following reception of notice.
Reconsider after major revisions – the acceptance of the manuscript will depend on major revisions suggested by the reviewers. In this case the author must revise point by point the reviewer’s comments and resubmit. The article will be subjected to another peer-review process.
Reject – in this case the author is to completely revise the document and resubmit the manuscript which will be subjected to the whole process of editorial procedures and peer-review.

Statements to be filled for publication:

Copyright Statement L’Europe Unie 

Open Access Policy

The Journal L’Europe Unie is committed to real and immediate open access for the academic work published by it. All of the journal’s articles and reviews are accessible to the public immediately after publication. No fees are charged for the issuance of articles, from the author, or for the downloading of the journal. L’europe Unie Journal is free to Acces foe everyone, regardless of the time and place of access. Financial expenses for this journal are supported entirely by the Publisher. The journal is sustained thanks to the voluntary work of its editorial committee and scientific committee, and the support received from other work team members.

Open Access License L’Europe Unie 

Archive policy

The Journal L’Europe Unie will function by having an archive for all published electronic information. Archived content will include all primary publications, additional materials and online services. The original content of the information will not be changed, but references and other developments occurring after the original publication can be annotated or supplemented in errata. For a safe efficient operation of the online service, the journal L’Europe Unie will take measures of disseminating and security its publications.  The journal is committed to archiving (namely the long-term preservation of and access to) the research information published in electronic form within the journal.