Publication Ethics

  1. Articles must be formatted according to the principles of research, article writing, academic articles and reviews of the books follow the format and principles. And criteria of the Journal of the College of Logistics and Supply Chain.
  2. Screened articles from the editorial department will be sent to 3 experts to evaluate the articles anonymously, both the owner of the article and the experts (Double-Blinded).
  3. Articles that are not primarily screened by editors. The owner of the article will receive the notice with a written statement, and the editorial editors will withdraw articles from the system immediately.
  4. The articles, it is the responsibility of the author. Editors of the Journal of the College of Logistics and Supply Chain are not required to agree.
  5. Journal of the College of Logistics and Supply Chain has no conflict of interest in considering submitted articles for ethical publication considerations. Article Owner must have an ethical submission to consider to be published in the College of Logistics and Supply Chain Journal as follows:
                  (1) Article authors must not submit articles that have been published or submit duplicate articles
                  to other journals.
                  (2) Articles submitted by the author must not be plagiarized or someone else's.
                  (3) The content of the article must be accurate information and can be examined.
                  (4) In the case of human research, research ethics must be trained in humans and show
                  evidence to the editorial staff.

 

Duties of Authors

  1. The authors must certify that the article is his or her own work. The article is a new article and has never been published in any journal before.
  2. The authors must report facts arising from research/academic articles without distorting, enriched the information or provided false information
  3. The authors must cite the work of others in the format specified by the journal. If those articles are used in your article, include a reference list at the end of the article.
  4. The authors must write research articles or academic articles, and references must be correct according to the format specified in "Author's Recommendation".
  5. The names appearing in all articles must be those who have participated in the conduct of research or academic articles.
  6. The authors must identify the source of funding that supports this research or academic article (if any).
  7. The authors must revise the accuracy of the article in accordance with the recommendations of the peer review, and editorial department.
  8. The authors must not submit articles on the same subject to other journals for consideration simultaneously.
  9. In the case of conducting research on humans, the researcher must undergo ethics training, and has a certificate from the board of research ethics in humans.

 

Duties of Reviewers 

  1. Reviewers are required to maintain confidentiality and not disclose the information of articles submitted for consideration to any unrelated parties during the period of article evaluation (Confidentiality).
  2. After receiving the article from the editors, and the reviewers realize that they may have conflicts of interest with the author. For example, being a participant in the project, knowing the author personally or for other reasons, prevents independent comments and suggestions. The evaluator should notify the journal editors and refuse to evaluate the articles.
  3. Reviewers should evaluate articles in their area of expertise by considering the importance of the content of the article if there is no expertise in that field. The article should be rejected and notified to the editors.
  4. The reviewer does not use unsupported personal feelings or opinions as a basis for judging research/academic articles for “accepting” or “rejecting” the publication of the articles.
  5. The reviewer considers identifying important research or academic articles consistent with the article being evaluated, but the author does not refer to that article in the assessed article. The reviewer should recommend the article's owner. In addition, if there are any parts of the article that are similar or duplicate other works, the reviewer must notify the editors.

 

Duties of Editors 

  1. The editors are responsible for evaluating the quality of a manuscript for publication in the journal.
  2. The editors must perform all duties carefully to certify the quality of a manuscript being published, bearing in mind that the journal has clearly defined goals and standards.
  3. The editors must give reasons or provide any information related to the review process by others and must be well prepared to justify any deviations that may arise from the review process by others.
  4. The editors must perform and complete all tasks of the journal within the specific period for publication
  5. The editors must decide to accept or reject a manuscript for publication.
  6. The editors must allow authors to issue an appeal providing those authors hold different opinions from the editors.
  7. The editors must not disclose any information of authors and reviewers to other parties who are not involved in any stage of paper evaluation whatsoever.
  8. The editors must not reject a paper for publication solely based on their suspicion or uncertainty; they must supply sound evidence to justify such doubt.
  9. The editors must not decide to accept articles rejected by two peer reviews.
  10. The editors are required to verify the plagiarism of articles.
  11. In case the editors are changed, the newly appointed editors must not revoke a decision to accept a paper that has been previously rejected by the former editors unless proven appropriately and clearly.
  12. If editors detect plagiarism during the article evaluation process. The editors must stop the evaluation process and immediately contact the author for clarification or reasons for considering accepting or rejecting an article.
  13. The editors must not publish a paper that has been previously published elsewhere.
  14. The editors must have a management system that is not in conflict of interest with authors and reviewers as well as the editorial board.
  15. The editors must support freedom of expression, maintain the correctness of the scholarly work, and protect the intellectual property standards.