In the establishment of a knowledge repository, the publishing of a research paper, case study, or short communication in a peer-reviewed journal is a crucial building block. In this age of information abundance, it is critical to assist readers and researchers in separating excellent material. It is a reflection of the authors' high-quality work and the publishers that support them. We at the International Research Journal of Economics and Management Studies (IRJEMS) recognise the importance of publication ethics and have set guidelines for all parties involved, including authors, peer reviewers, editors, and publishers.
We have an Internal Publication Ethics Committee (IPEC) that advises editors and publishers on all aspects of publication ethics, including how to handle research and publication misconduct issues. It also provides a forum for its stakeholders to address such situations of misconduct, as well as encouraging journal editors to guarantee that matters are investigated by qualified expert teams.
IRJEMS is dedicated to publishing only original content which hasn't been published elsewhere or is currently under review elsewhere. Plagiarism in any form is not tolerated, and if it is discovered, all stakeholders will be contacted, and required steps will be taken, as well as a plagiarism penalty. Articles that have been corrected will be double-checked to confirm that they are free of plagiarism.
All of the mentioned writers are required to make significant research contributions to the article's study and have verified all of its claims. It's critical to include students, lecturers, professors, laboratory assistants, and technicians on the list of people who made a major research contribution.
Falsified experimental results identified in submitted research materials will result in a falsification penalty. The Internal Publication Ethics Committee will determine the penalty (IPEC).
Citation Manipulated papers are ones that have been discovered to contain citations with the goal of increasing the number of citations to a specific author's work or publications published in a specific journal. Manipulation of citations will result in a penalty. The Internal Publication Ethics Committee will determine the penalty (IPEC).