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Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice

Journal of Management, Marketing and Logistics (JMML) is committed to the academic community; ensuring ethics and quality of articles in publication. Plagiarism is strictly forbidden and the manuscripts found to be plagiarized will not be accepted or if published will be removed from the journal. The author(s) are asked to sign a publication agreement which warrant that the manuscript is original and does not infringe the copyright of anyone. Furthermore, if the manuscript is co-authored; the agreement should state that there was a full consensus of all the authors. JBEF applies double blind reviewing procedure to avoid any discrimination or conflict of interest.

All related parties should involve in the conformance of ethical behaviour standards. The expected duties for editors, reviewers and authors are explained below.

Author's Responsibilities
  • The author must be aware that plagiarism in all forms constitutes unethical behaviour and is unacceptable. The further researches of the authors that are realised to make plagiarism will be rejected by the Editor.
  • The authors must ensure that the research and all materials used in the manuscript are original.
  • The authors should submit only their original work and make sure that they used full and correct citations for any already reported material.
  • The author should avoid to submit the same manuscript to different journals concurrently.
  • The manuscripts should include sufficient details and references for replication purposes.
  • The corresponding author should ensure that there is a full consensus of all co-authors in the final version and submission.
  • Editor should maintain the confidentiality of all information regarding the submitted manuscript and the author(s).
  • Editor should avoid discrimination and ensure that the evaluation of the manuscript is accomplished objectively.
  • The editor behave ethically by not using unpublished materials for own research without written consent of the author(s).
  • The manuscripts received by the reviewers should be treated in confidentially.
  • The reviewer should support the Editor in making a decision about publication status of a manuscript.
  • If a selected reviewer feels unqualified to assess the paper; should clearly inform the editor and ask for excuse.
  • The reviewer should never use unpublished material on own advantage.
Editor's Responsibilities
  • Editor should maintain the confidentiality of all information regarding the submitted manuscript and the author(s).
  • Editor should avoid discrimination and ensure that the evaluation of the manuscript is accomplished objectively.
  • The editor behave ethically by not using unpublished materials for own research without written consent of the author(s).
  • The manuscripts received by the reviewers should be treated in confidentially.
  • The reviewer should support the Editor in making a decision about publication status of a manuscript.
  • If a selected reviewer feels unqualified to assess the paper; should clearly inform the editor and ask for excuse.
  • The reviewer should never use unpublished material on own advantage.
Reviewer's Responsibilities
  • The manuscripts received by the reviewers should be treated in confidentially.
  • The reviewer should support the Editor in making a decision about publication status of a manuscript.
  • If a selected reviewer feels unqualified to assess the paper; should clearly inform the editor and ask for excuse.
  • The reviewer should never use unpublished material on own advantage.
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