Day of the week effect in paper submission/acceptance/rejection to/in/by peer review journals. II. An ARCH econometric-like modeling
Mrowinski, Maciej J.
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This paper aims at providing a statistical model for the preferred behavior of authors submitting a paper to a scientific journal. The electronic submission of (about 600) papers to the Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society has been recorded for every day from Jan. 01, 2013 till Dec. 31, 2014, together with the acceptance or rejection paper fate. Seasonal effects and editor roles (through desk rejection and subfield editors) are examined. An ARCH-like econometric model is derived stressing the main determinants of the favorite day-of-week process.
Keywords:Scientific agent behavior / Paper submission day / ARCH modeling / Seasonal editor effect / Acceptance or rejection rate
Source:Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 2017, 468, 462-474
- Elsevier Science Bv, Amsterdam
- Faculty of Physics at Warsaw University of Technology
- This is peer-reviewed version of the article: M. Ausloos, O. Nedic, A. Dekanski, M.J. Mrowinski, P. Fronczak, A. Fronczak, Day of the week effect in paper submission/acceptance/rejection to/in/by peer review journals. II. An ARCH econometric-like modeling, Physica A 2017, 468, 462-474, https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.physa.2016.10.078