Publication Ethics

Ethical standards for publication exist to ensure high-quality scientific publications, public trust in scientific findings, and that people receive credit for their work and ideas.

  • Research honesty is at the highest of JISSE priorities
  • Misconduct:  JISSE’s editors produce good work to detect, discover and avoid any practices of data fabrication, plagiarism, unfair writing, identical publication, and undeclared conflicts of interest. 
  •  Plagiarism: Manuscripts should be original material avoiding any practices of plagiarism and duplicate of publication.
  • Duplicate Submission: To make sure that all manuscripts are not being published elsewhere,
  • Editors and Board Members as Authors:  JISSE’s journal approves well clear procedures and policies to eliminate editors from publication decisions when they are authors.
  • Human Rights, Privacy and Confidentiality
  • Copyright and Licensing Information: Copyright and licensing are clearly described on the JISSE journal’s web site (in the guidelines for authors). By submitting a manuscript for publication to the journal, the authors acknowledge that the work is original and is not being submitted to another journal. The submission of a manuscript by the authors implies that the authors automatically agree to assign exclusive copyright to JISSE if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication.