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Publication Ethics & Publication Malpractice Statement

  • The Journal of Global Innovations in Agricultural and Social Sciences (JGIASS) is fully consistent with the COPE Principles of Transparency and Best Practice Guidelines and the COPE Code of Conduct. More details can be found here: Publication

  • We encourage the best standards of publication ethics and take all possible measures against publication malpractices. Society for Innovative Agriculture as a publisher takes its duties of guardianship over all stages of publishing extremely seriously and we recognize our ethical and other responsibilities. To that purpose, all the actors of a JGIASS publication, authors, reviewers and members of the editorial team are expected to fully adhere to our policy regarding publication ethics and malpractice, and respect the following statements:


Editor’s Responsibilities

  • Performance in a sensible, objective and nondiscriminatory way while resonant out their probable duties, without perception on grounds of gender, sexual orientation, spiritual or political beliefs, cultural or ecological origin of the authors.

  • Appliance the realistic procedures in the occasion of objections of any conflict nature, in agreement with the guidelines and events of the Society where applicable. In any complaints authors have reasonable opportunity to respond. All objections would be inspected no problem when the imaginative publication was accepted. Certification linked with any such objections should be reserved. COPE Role of an Editor


Reviewer’s Responsibilities

  • To contribute to the decision-making procedure, and to facilitate in enlightening the value of the published paper by reviewing the manuscript accurately, in a timely manner

  • To maintain the privacy of any material supplied by the editor or author. To not keep or copy the manuscript.

  • To aware the editor to some published or submitted content that is significantly similar to that under review.

  • To be a responsive of any prospective conflicts of interest (economically, official, combined or other associations between the reviewer and author) and to aware the editor to these, if required withdrawing their facilities for that manuscript. COPE Role of a Reviewer

Author’s Responsibilities

  • To sustain precise records of data related with their submitted manuscript, and to supply or deliver access to these data, on sensible request. Where suitable and where acceptable by employer, finance body and others who influence have an attention, to submitted data in an appropriate storage location, for allocation and advance use by others.

  • To endorse that the manuscript as submitted is not under consideration or acknowledged for publication elsewhere. Where lot of the content commonality with printed or submitted content, to recognize and cite those sources. Furthermore, to provide the editor with a copy of any submitted manuscript that might cover overlying or closely related content.

  • To check that all the work in the submitted manuscript is novel and to accept and cite content repeated from other sources. To attain agreement to duplicate any content from other sources.

  • To announce any possible conflicts of interest where the author has a opposing interest that could be observed as applying an undue inspiration on his or her responsibilities at any stage throughout the publication process.

  • To inform punctually the journal editor or publisher if a substantial error in their publication is recognized. To conjoin with the editor and publisher to publish an erratum, addition, corrigendum sign, or to withdraw the paper, where this is considered necessary. COPE Role of an Author

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