JBBA announces recipients of Global Peer Review Awards

JBBA announces recipients of Global Peer Review Awards

Peer review forms the backbone of high quality scholarly publishing by providing essential rigor and scrutiny for published research. As we celebrate the Global Peer Review Week 2019 with the theme of ‘Quality in Peer Review’, The Journal of the British Blockchain Association (JBBA) wishes to thank all reviewers who provide valuable contributions, and especially recognise those who offer exceptional reviews. As part of the JBBA’s publishing commitment to reward reviewers, it has announced its Global Reviewer Award winners for 2019. The winners have been carefully selected by the Editorial Board based on the quality, quantity, dedication, and timeliness of their reviews.

Dr Naseem Naqvi, the Editor in Chief of The JBBA, said:

“..We reject a lot of papers. Only the best research gets through for publication. High quality peer-review is a cornerstone of evidence-based practice. At the JBBA, we are proud to have some of the world’s most eminent experts in the field of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies. Their critical appraisal helps evaluate the authenticity, accuracy, validity and reliability of the research, thereby playing a crucial role in advancing better science. Congratulations to the worthy winners of Peer Review Awards…”

Recipients of 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award:

Jeff Daniels, University of Maryland University College (UMUC), USA

Adam Hayes, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Kevin Curran, Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK

Marc Pilkington, University of Burgundy, France