Ethical standards for publication exist to ensure high-quality publications, public trust in research findings, and that people receive credit for their ideas. AIJR Publisher is following the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and develops best practice policies based on COPE’s Core Practices & its Best Practice Guidelines.
We expect our authors to comply with, best practice in publication ethics, particularly with regard to authorship, competing interests, compliance with standards of research ethics, falsification and fabrication of data, redundant publication, plagiarism, figure manipulation, and dual submission.
Suspected misconduct shall be reported to the principal contact of the corresponding journal/publication or at publisher email id email@example.com
If we find/suspect any misconduct, we will take steps to investigate and appropriate ethical action will be taken. See COPE flowcharts for further guidance on handling the cases of suspected misconduct.
Beside COPE guideline, we may block author and coauthor(s) for a certain time period and make a public post regarding any kind of author misconduct traced.