Since its inception in 2013, the editors of Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship have deeply concerned about the plagiarism or other forms of fraud and misconduct in academic publishing.
We have been committed to publishing the highest quality, peer-reviewed scholarship, and to publishing and review processes that adhere to the strictest ethical standards.
We as editors are aware of and to meet these challenges and to develop strategies for coping with them.
Like our commitment to ethical standards, the editors of Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship do their best to ensure fair, unbiased, and transparent peer review processes and editorial decisions.
Authors and editors of Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship must adhere at all times to the publishing ethics outlined herein. Unethical practices may include, but are not limited to, plagiarism (similarity index is not more than 30%), authorship falsification, falsification or fabrication of research, redundant or duplicate publication, peer review manipulation, or failure to disclose conflicts of interest.