1. The examiners of each paper shall consist of three to four experts in the relevant field.
2. The abstract and the key words of the paper published in each volume shall be modified by separately selected expert.
3. The executive secretary shall check and enter the status of the examiners' input into the JAMS(Journal Articles and Management System), notify the contributor, and proceed with the follow-up processing.
4. In principle, the examiners and the examine process shall not be disclosed to the author. But, it may be applied to research ethics rules of the institute and disclosed when requested by the committee.
5. The examiners objectively examine the originality of the topic, the composition of the paper, appropriateness of the data management, accuracy of sentences and terms, usefulness, and contribution, and determine with 4 grades : Approval (A), Approval after modified (B), Re-examine after modified (C), and Disapproval (D).
6. In principle, a paper that does not have "D" in the evaluation of the examiners and has a rating of "B" or higher shall be published, and all final evaluations shall be resolved by the Editorial Board.
7. Even if there is a "D" in the evaluation of the examiners, the Editorial Board shall decide whether to reexamine when it evaluated more than A⋅B⋅D (if three examiners), or more than A⋅B⋅C⋅D (if four examiners, A⋅A⋅C⋅D, A⋅B⋅B⋅D etc.).
8. The paper subject to Re-examination may be submitted only once after the 2nd following volume. A author subject to re-examination shall express his/her intention to re-examined within one month, and if not it shall be judged disapproval.
9. The Re-examination shall be conducted by selecting one to two examiners and finally evaluated by the editorial board.
10. The paper that has been determined to be Disapproval shall not be applied again.
11. The editorial committee shall adjust the timing of publication of the paper so that the papers published by the same institution in the same issue and year are less than 1/3 of the total number of papers.