Scientific journals often practice a system called peer review. In most scientific fields peer reviewed journals are considered to have the highest scientific value of all scientific publications. Before articles in these journals are published, they have been refereed by other expert researchers within the field.
Through the database Ulrichsweb, you can get information about scholarly journals and whether they practice the peer-review process. Look for the referee sweater which indicates that it uses this process:
The list provides details on journals, stretching across fields of business and economics. The ratings of journals reflect the outcomes of consultations carried out by the subject experts of the Scientific Committee with expert peers and scholarly associations as to the relative standing of journals in each subject area.