This short paper is a rejoinder to Ivari’s (2016). It describes the Ivari’s arguments, corrective actions, and contributions on the peer-based review system problem in the information systems field. It manifests that, while Ivari’s posited solutions are worthy, they are also insufficient for achieving a behavioral change in the current peer-based review system. However, based on Ivari’s solutions, this short paper presents radical extensions as alternative solutions. Their implementation, however, will rely on the willingness of editorial teams of top and secondary-level journals to promote structural rather than superficial changes to the peer-based review system.
"Rejoinder to Ivari’s (2016) Paper: “How to Improve the Quality of Peer Reviews? Three Suggestions for System-level Changes”,"
Communications of the Association for Information Systems:
Vol. 38, Article 14.
Available at: http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/vol38/iss1/14