Having papers reviewed by peers is a requirement for scholarly publications. The term open peer review can refer to different practices, including signing your review (i.e., not being an anonymous reviewer), publishing reviews along with the paper, and allowing for the community to contribute to the peer review process.
- Journal policies on peer review (database by Transpose)
- Journals supportive of a transparent peer review process (signatories of open letter)
- Editor policies regarding OS (online Platform for Responsible Editor Policies, PREP)
- Peer Reviewers Openness (PRO) Initiative (initiative by reviewers to promote more openness of submitted manuscripts)