Code of ethics
About the authors
Authorship refers to those responsible for the preparation of an academic publication. Those who make other contributions to the preparation of the articles will be collaborators and should be mentioned in the acknowledgments section of the article.
Ethical responsibility and good practices of the authors
By submitting a review to publish an academic work in Estudios de Administración-Business Administration Studies, all authors accept the norms of ethics, publication and intellectual property of the journal. Articles are evaluated in a double-blind peer review system, and must be original manuscripts, and not be considered for publication by other means. In general, the publication of identical materials in more than one journal is considered an unethical practice and should not be tolerated. Authors should ensure the correct and thorough citation of sources of information that are used in the preparation of the manuscript. Information that has been obtained by private means cannot be published without the consent of the corresponding person or institution. In the same way, the authors must inform in the manuscript about the sources of financing of their work, as well as potential conflicts of interest that could somehow influence the impartiality of the work carried out. Any type of corrections requested by the committee and / or the editorial team of Estudios de Administración - Business Administration Studies must be made by the authors. In any case, the authors may report any anomaly or mistake in the publication to the e-mail of the journal email@example.com . The correction will be amended by means of errata in the following publication.
Ethical responsibility and good practices of the editorial team
The editorial team will ensure that there is regularity in the processes and standards of publication, from its reception, peer review, to its production and dissemination. The editorial team ensures to evaluate the relevance of the works received with respect to the scope and objectives of the magazine, as well as ensuring compliance with the publication and ethical standards of the magazine, avoiding copyright infringement and plagiarism. The editorial team will make decisions about the manuscripts sent to Estudios de Administración - Business Administration Studies, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnicity, nationality or political ideology of the authors. The editorial team will protect the confidentiality of the information related to the authors, data included in the article, analyzes performed or conclusions during the peer evaluation process. In the same way, the editorial team will guard for the protection of the prestige of the journal against any ethical conflict resulting from its actions as a means of academic publication.
Ethical responsibility and good practices of the reviewers
The reviewers are professionals and / or academics with specialized knowledge in various areas of business administration, privileging their diversity in terms of origin and institutional affiliation. The evaluation peers are assigned according to the criteria of the editorial team, waiting to act according to the suitability of the subject discussed in the manuscript with their area of knowledge. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the reviewer may request reallocation of his work before works that do not fit his area of expertise, or any conflict of interest. In the same way, if the time factor is a limitation to conduct the peer review, and in a timely manner, the evaluators must inform the editor, rejecting the extended invitation to participate as a referee. In response to citation rules, the reviewers will warn about omission of relevant sources, or the existence of total or partial plagiarism. Administration Studies is committed to constructive criticism, so it is expected that the criticisms made will help to improve the quality of the article, being done in a neutral way and articulated based on reasonable arguments. The recommendations must be presented in the journal's evaluation format, accepting, accepting with improvements, or rejecting the scientific article presented. Any work subject to review is considered confidential, so reviewers may not submit it to third parties, either in whole or in part.
Process in the recognition of unethical conduct
In the presence of unethical conduct, the journal editor must be reported, offering enough information and evidence to start the corresponding investigation process. Any complaint received will be considered with all seriousness and treated indistinctly, until the situation is clarified. For this, the editor chooses the form that considers pertinent to carry out the investigation, and may request the advice of the editorial committee, the peer reviewer, or an academic commission delegated to the situation. In case of disqualification, the authors will be formally notified of the improper application of unethical behavior, explaining in detail the existing evidence of the activity. Estudios de Administración will publish an editorial comment detailing the inappropriate behavior and will proceed to withdraw or eliminate the works under investigation.
Estudios de Administración disapprove any form of plagiarism, in whole or in part of any manuscript. Plagiarism refers to deliberately copying of others work without appropriate acknowledgement or references to the original work. This includes duplicate previous author’s publications. In order to verify originality of submitted manuscripts, Estudios de Administración uses "plagiarism checking software" as a preliminary step of the editorial revision process.
When plagiarism is detected, the editorial team will alert the authors for content revision and request rewriting or properly cite the original work where such content is coming from. The manuscript will be rejected if the percentage of plagiarism occurred is more than 30%. However, the manuscript can be submitted at any time to Estudios de Administración, once the errors have been corrected by citations, references or own interpretations of the authors, which terminate the problem of plagiarism in the document.
Estudios de Administración encourage authors to use plagiarism checking software previous full submission.
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