Aims & Scope

The Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis  (SLR-M) Journal is a multidisciplinary journal focused on the research articles, reviews and empirical research that has used Systematic Literature Review and Meta-Analysis (SLR-M) methods in their research. The journal aimed to facilitate the research in all fields of life until the SLR-M methods have been applied. The journal accepted any form of research focused on the following methodologies. 

  • Systematic Literature Reviews
  • Structured Literature Reviews
  • Meta-Analysis
  • Bibliometric analysis
  • Text Networks
  • Keywords clouding

SLR-M articles that meet high academic quality standards, while still being accessible to non-specialists. The SLR-M is a peer-reviewed journal, with a blind procedure involving at least two reviewers. The SLR-M publishes 4 issues a year.