RTI Press is a global publisher of peer-reviewed, open-access publications. We publish on a broad range of topics reflecting RTI’s multidisciplinary research, our expertise in social and laboratory sciences, and our extensive international activities. Our publications inform national and international research, scientific discussions, and policy debates.
Manuscripts submitted to RTI Press are subject to single-blind peer review. Books and reports require two reviews, whereas briefs only need one review. We encourage reviews by experts from outside RTI. When RTI experts are invited to peer review, they are carefully selected to ensure impartiality and avoid conflicts of interest.
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As RTI Press strives to reach a general audience, authors are invited to submit manuscripts that are clearly and concisely written without jargon or overly technical language. All submitted manuscripts should be original and must not be concurrently under review elsewhere. All manuscripts must include at least one RTI author or editor.
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