1. Roberta Galletti said:

    In my opinion, reviewers’ name should be always disclosed.
    The reviewing process is meant to evaluate whether a work is technically and conceptually sound, scientifically meaningful and new. This evaluation step should ideally provide suggestions and comments that will ultimately help the authors of a paper to improve their work.
    So, if this is true and no personal interests are involved, why do reviewers need to be ‘protected’ by anonymity?

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