Quality of peer review depends on quality of referees
Manfred Kroger’s Back Page article, “Peer Review—Another Form of Quality Control” (January, p. 104) was a really elucidatory contribution, necessary and indispensable to the scientific community and the readers of scientific journals.

However, the quality of the refereeing system depends on the quality of persons serving this system. Quality control here is difficult and cumbersome. In general, it must be assumed that referees represent the qua…


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