The International Journal of Business, Economics and Management Perspectives observes the publication ethics principles, standards and recommendations set by COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) and ICMJE (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors). Accordingly, all articles that do not comply with accepted ethical standards are removed from the publication. This includes articles with possible irregularities and inconsistencies detected after publication. Within the scope of publication ethics, all stakeholders are expected to have the following ethical responsibilities, and all ethical cases will be evaluated in accordance with COPE rules.
Ethical Responsibilities of Authors:
Authors should not have published the articles they sent to the journal elsewhere or sent them for publication.
Authors must have cited all citations used in their articles.
The authors declare that the article is their own work, that they do not plagiarize in any way, that all responsibilities arising from plagiarism belong to them, and that the journal has no responsibility in this regard.
Authors must ensure that they contribute scientifically to the article and it should be known that all authors have equal responsibility for the article.
The corresponding author must ensure that all co-authors named in the article consent to publication and to be named as co-authors. All persons who have made significant contributions to the work should be named as co-authors. Other people should be included in the acknowledgments section.
Authors are obliged to declare the organizations, financial resources or conflicts of interest that support the studies they submit.
Authors should provide access to the data sets in the article, if deemed necessary.
Authors must have prepared the articles submitted for publication in the journal in accordance with the rules of research and publication ethics. Ethics committee approval should be obtained separately for studies conducted and for clinical and experimental studies on humans and animals that require an ethics committee decision, and this approval should be stated and documented in the article.
Ethical Responsibilities of Referees:
Any selected reviewer who is not qualified to review the research or who knows that it will be impossible to evaluate the article quickly should notify the editor of this and seek excuses from the review process.
The referees are obliged to keep the articles they receive confidential and not to use the information obtained from the refereeing process for their personal benefits.
Reviewers should not share their reports or information about the article with others and should not communicate directly with the authors without the permission of the editor.
Reviewers should be mindful of potential ethical issues in the manuscript and bring them to the editor's attention. This includes substantive similarity and overlap between the review article and any other published work of which the reviewer has personal knowledge.
Refereeing should be done in an objective manner. Personal criticism of the authors should not be made, evaluations should be constructive, honest and polite.
Reviewers should consult the editor before agreeing to review a manuscript for which they have a potential conflict of interest, which may arise from a competitive, collaborative, or other relationship or affiliation with any of its authors.
Ethical Responsibilities of the Editorial Board:
It is the editorial board's responsibility to decide which articles will be published in the journal. The editorial board evaluating the articles of the authors; should evaluate regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnicity, citizenship or political philosophies. The decision to be taken should be based on the accuracy, validity and importance of the article and the appropriateness of the scope of the journal. Current legal requirements regarding libel, copyright infringement, and plagiarism should also be considered.
The editor or any member of the editorial board should not disclose information about an article to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial advisors, and publishers.
Unpublished material described in a submitted article should not be used in the editor's or editorial board's own research without the express written consent of the author.