Publishing Ethics

In order to provide high quality and a visibility to our journal, we focus on some principles of publication ethics.
JEFB aims to clarify the duties of all parts involved and protect their rights.

01- Editor responsibility:

  • Fair review: the editor ensures the evaluation of each article fairly and wisely regardless of gender, origin, religious belief, citizenship or political affiliation of the authors.
  • Publication decision: the editor- in-chief is the responsible for deciding which submitted, evaluated and accepted articles should be published, he can also require editorial board assistance in this decision. The editor –in-chief can reject any article for some reasons such as the plagiarism, the quality level of the article, its field and its respect to the author’s guide.
  • Confidentiality: The information of authors are highly confidential, and no one outside the journal process can use them for any purpose.
  • Express Consent: The results of research conducted by others on non-publishable articles may not be used or used without the written permission or permission of the author.

Express Consent:

The results of research conducted by others on non-publishable articles may not be used or used without the written permission or permission of the author.

02- Reviewers’ responsibilities:

Contribute to the publication decision: The arbitrator assists the publisher and the editorial board in the publication decision in addition to helping the author to improve and correct the article.

  • Confidentiality: all the information and ideas obtained through the evaluation process must be kept confidential and not be shared or used for personal advantage.
  • Contribution to the publication decision: the reviewer assists the editor-in-chief and editorial board in making decision by his arbitration result.
  • Respect of the evaluation deadlines: the reviewer must launch and accelerate the evaluation of the article sent to him via the ASJP platform within the time limits. The reviewer can refuse the evaluation if the article’s subject goes beyond his specialization.
  • Conflict of interest: the reviewer must avoid evaluating articles for personal purpose or because of personal contact, or disclose any conflict.

3- Responsibility of the author:

  • Criteria of preparation: The author must present his research in a scientific and coherent approach, in accordance with the journal’s standards and the policy of publication, showing correctly the data by respecting the rights of the referred authors in the article, avoiding showing sensitive and immoral topics, tastes, racism, bigotry, false and incorrect information and translation works of others without mentioning the source in the article.
  • Authencity and piracy: the author must prove the originality of his work and any quotation or use of the paragraphs or words of others must be appropriately referred The Review: “Economics of Finance and Business” reserves the right to use piracy detection programs for work submitted for publication.
  • Multiple publications: Authors should not submit for considerations the same article in another journal, which is immoral and unacceptable behavior.
  • Access and keep data: the author must keep the private data used in his article and submit them at the request of the editorial committee or the editor-in-chief.
  • Disclosure: The author must point out any conflict of interest, financial or otherwise, affecting the research results and its interpretation, as well as the source of any financial support to the author’s draft article.
  • Authorship of the article: The authorship of research publication should accurately reflect individual’s contributions to the work and its reporting, with the need to identify the author responsible for the article, who plays a key role in the preparation and planning of the article. 
  • Quotations and references: the author of the article is obliged to mention the references appropriately, and the reference must include all the books, publications, websites and all searches of people in the list of citations and references, Quoted or mentioned in the text of the article.
  • Report errors: If the author is alerted and discovers the existence of a fundamental error and inaccuracy in parts of his article at any time, He informs immediately the head of the magazine or publisher and cooperates to correct the error.