Publication Ethics

Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Business Intelligence are a peer-reviewed journal. this statement is base on COPE Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editor, COPE Best Practice Guidelines for Peer ReviewersResponsible research publication: international standards for authors, and Responsible research publication: international standards for editors

Publication Ethics for Authors

Reporting Standards & Data Access

The author must report the results of his research accurately and objectively. the data used must be accurately presented. the manuscript must contain sufficient detail and reference so that the work can be replicated by other researchers. The author may be asked to provide research data for Editorial Review needs.

Originality, Acknowledgment of Source, & Confidentiality

The author must ensure that what is written in the manuscript is original. The author should avoid all forms of plagiarism practice.

proper acknowledgment of the work of others must always be given. the authors should cite publications that influence the written report.

information obtained from conversations, correspondence, or discussions with third parties must obtain permission from the source to be reported in the manuscript. the author must ensure that it has a written permission to use confidential information.

Multiple, Redundant, or Concurrent Publication

Authors may not publish essentially the same research work in more than one journal. Authors are also prohibited from submitting the same manuscript simultaneously to more than one journal for publication. authors may not submit published work except in form of a thesis, lecture material, or electronic preprint.

Authorship of the Paper

Authors should be limited to those who have a significant contribution ( determine the concept, design, execution, or interpretation of the manuscript). all such persons should be listed as co-authors.

parties that participate in certain aspects of the script (eg. language editing) should be recognized in the acknowledgments section.

the corresponding author should ensure that all co-authors have been included in the paper, and no inappropriate co-authors are listed. the corresponding author is also responsible for ensuring that the manuscript submitted for publication in the journal has been approved by all co-authors. Authors take collective responsibility for the work.

Hazards and Human / Animal Subjects

The author should clearly identify in the manuscript if it involves chemicals, procedures, or equipment that have an unusual degree of danger.

that research involving human or animal subjects should be conducted in accordance with relevant laws and institutional guidance. the authors are obliged to write in the manuscript that the procedures performed have been in accordance with the rules and the guideline, and have received permission to conduct such research.

if the author wants to display case details or personal information, Authors must obtain written consent of the patient or the authorities.

all permissions should be presented by the author to the editor if requested.

Competing Interests

All financial resources must be declared in the manuscript. The role of the sponsor(s) in the research should also be written (eg: participate in the design of the study, participate in the analysis and interpretation of the data).

Fundamental Errors in Published Works

If the author finds significant errors or inaccuracies in his published work, the author shall notify the Journal Editor to retract the manuscript or to correct it. if the editor learns the error from a third party, then the authors are obliged to cooperate with the Journal Editor to clarify, improve, or retract the manuscript.

Image Integrity

it is not acceptable to make image manipulation that can change the meaning of the image. changing the image to improve clarity is acceptable, but image manipulation for other purposes can be considered as a violation of research ethics.