Peer review policies (GPRC)

The peer review process is the core of academic publishing and the most important instrument for quality assurance of published scientific material.
The peer review process roughly consists of three phases.

1. Proposal Review

ASP ensures that all academic book publications are quality checked before publication. Each book proposal that requires academic standards, will be sent to an Editorial Board of experts in the subject area. 

This Editorial Board will evaluate the proposal information and recommend a course of action for the academic publisher, who makes the final decision about moving forward with the project.

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2. Full Manuscript Review

Once a book proposal is approved and a contract has been signed with the author or editor, the process continues with an evaluation of the full manuscript version of the academic publication.

The manuscript will be sent for peer review, during this process two independent and external experts are invited to comment either on the whole publication or on chapters in an edited collection. 

Reviewers are selected based on their area of expertise in relation to the content of the publication and are asked to provide formative feedback about the clarity, validity, and methodology of the material.

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3. Final approval

The final decision whether or not to proceed with publication is made by the academic publisher, based on recommendations from the reviewers and the Editorial Board. 

Contact us for more information about our peer review policies 
Check out our university wide editorial board
For more information please contact bart.derwael@aspeditions.be or arne.saeys@aspeditions.be

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Our peer reviewed publications

Art, culture, and design sciences
PAUL GILSON

Kurt Bertels

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History
DE BELGISCHE REGERINGEN SINDS 1831

Emmanuel Gerard & Frederik Verleden

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Public management, economy, and entrepreneurship
TRANSITIONING TO A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Jean Mansuy, Giulia C. Verga, Bonno Pel, Maarten Messagie, Philippe Lebeau, Wouter Achten, Ahmed Z. Khan, and Cathy Macharis (ed.)

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Philosophies, ideologies, and religions
POST-CORONA ECONOMY

Hans Geybels, ed.

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Political and social sciences
HOE ECONOMIE HET PROBLEEM WERD

Koen Byttebier

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Art, culture, and design sciences
ONTO 06

Maarten Van Acker & Stijn Rybels & Thomas Machiels & Marleen Goethals & Thomas Vanoutrive & Hardwin De Wever & Jan Hamerlinck & Tom Coppens

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