Rapid Publication Journals

Finding the right journal with rapid publication becomes so difficult and sometimes confusing too. The term “rapid publication” has been used in different senses by different journals. Few journals say themselves rapid publication journals based on the time taken between acceptance and publication. On the other hand, few journals consider themselves rapid publisher based on the time taken between initial submission and editorial approval to proceed for review in their journal or reject without the reviewing process initiated. Few Journals treat rapid publication as the time taken between the initial submission and first-round review completion, which sometimes refers to rapid review journals.

All 3 situations given above represent different scenarios and have entirely different meanings for rapid publication terms used by journals. It depends on what the author is looking for when searching for rapid publishing journals as well as if the searching author can differentiate in these terms. I believe that when any author is searching for rapid publication journals, it must be meant for the time taken between initial submission and review report available to the author for revision/acceptance/rejection.

AIJR announced the Rapid Publication model for all journals by considering the time taken between initial submission and completion of the review. In AIJR journal’s rapid publication model, the first-round review report will be available to authors within 3 days to weeks depending on the selected publication options. Details are available on each journal’s homepage under the About section. A few useful links to rapid publication options are given below-

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