Publication Ethics

To maintain the quality of the manuscripts and avoid publishing violations/plagiarism in the publishing process, the editorial board establishes the ethical publication of the Strategic Science: Journal of Management Sciences. These publication ethics rules apply to writers/authors, editors, peer reviewers, and journal managers/editors. Publication ethics refers to the provisions of scientific publication ethics established by Assembly of Research Professors(MPR) Indonesian Institute of Sciences in 2014.

Author Ethics

  1. Reporting; The writer must provide information about the process and the results of his research to the editor in an honest, clear and comprehensive manner, and keep the research data properly and safely.
  2. Originality and plagiarism; The writer must ensure that the manuscript that has been sent/submitted to the editorial staff is the original manuscript, written by himself, originating from his own ideas and ideas, and not plagiarizing other people's written works or ideas/ideas. The author is strictly prohibited from changing the names of the cited reference sources to the names of other people.
  3. Repetition of submissions; The author must inform that the manuscript sent/submitted to the editorial staff is a manuscript that has never been sent/submitted to another journal/publication publisher. If there is "redundancy" in sending manuscripts to other publishers, the editorial team will reject the manuscripts sent by the author.
  4. Author status; The writer must inform the editor that the writer has the competence or qualification in a certain area of ‚Äč‚Äčexpertise in accordance with the field of published science, namely librarianship. The author who sends the manuscript to the editorial team is the first author (co-author) so that if problems are found in the manuscript publishing process, it can be resolved immediately.
  5. Script writing error; The author must immediately inform the editorial staff if errors are found in the writing of the manuscript, both the results of the review and the edits. These typographical errors include writing names, affiliations/agencies, quotations, and other writings that can reduce the meaning and substance of the manuscript. If this happens, the writer must immediately propose improvements to the manuscript.
  6. Disclosure of conflicts of interest; The author must understand the ethics of scientific publication above to avoid conflicts of interest with other parties, so that the manuscript can be processed smoothly and safely.
  7. Withdrawal of Manuscripts; (a) Authors are not allowed to withdraw manuscripts that have been submitted to Strategic: Journal of Management Sciences. This is because drafting manuscripts is wasteful and consumes a lot of time, effort and process sent to the publisher. (b) If the writer still wishes to withdraw the manuscript after reading point (c), then the author will be fined according to the current stage, namely the peer-review stage subject to a fine of 200,000 IDR/manuscript, and the stage after publication will be subject to a fine of 500,000 IDR/manuscript.
  8. Manuscript Revocation; Manuscripts that have been published in the Strategic Journal: Journal of Management Sciences will be considered based on the Editorial Board decision if they meet the provisions of violations of scientific publication, including: (a) There is clear evidence of data falsification, (b) Clear evidence is found that the manuscript has previously been published in other publishers, (c) There is clear evidence of plagiarism, taking other people's essays, etc. (d) Research that violates norms and ethics.

Ethics Editor

Publication decisions; The editor must ensure that the manuscript review process is thorough, transparent, objective, fair, and wise. This becomes the basis for the editor in making decisions on a manuscript, whether it is rejected or accepted. In this case, the editorial board acts as the manuscript selection team.

  1. Publication information; editors must ensure that the script writing guidelines for writers and other interested parties can be accessed and read clearly, both in printed and electronic versions.
  2. Peer-reviewed manuscript sharing; The editor must ensure the reviewer and the manuscript material for review, as well as inform the provisions and the manuscript review process clearly to the reviewer.
  3. Objectivity and neutrality; editors must be objective, neutral, and honest in editing the manuscript, regardless of gender, business side, ethnicity, religion, race, class, and the nationality of the author.
  4. Confidentiality; editors must maintain every information properly, especially related to the privacy of the author and the distribution of the manuscript.
  5. Disclosure of conflicts of interest; editors must understand the ethics of scientific publication above to avoid conflicts of interest with other parties, so that the manuscript publishing process runs smoothly and safely.

Ethics Reviewer

  1. Objectivity and neutrality; reviewer must be honest, objective, unbiased, independent, and only side with scientific truth. The process of reviewing the manuscript was carried out in a professional manner without distinguishing between gender, business side, ethnicity, religion, race, inter-group, and the nationality of the author.
  2. Clarity of reference sources; The reviewer must ensure that the reference source/manuscript citation is appropriate and credible (can be accounted for). If errors or irregularities are found in the writing of the reference/citation source, the reviewer must immediately inform the editor to make corrections by the author according to the notes of the reviewer.
  3. Peer-reviewed effectiveness; reviewers must respond to the manuscript that has been sent by the editor and work in accordance with the predetermined time for peer-reviewing (maximum 2 weeks). If you need additional time in the manuscript review, you must immediately report (confirmation) to the editorial secretariat.
  4. Disclosure of conflicts of interest; reviewers must understand the ethics of scientific publication above to avoid conflicts of interest with other parties, so that the manuscript publishing process runs smoothly and safely.

Journal Management Ethics

  1. Decision-making; The journal manager/editorial board must describe the mission and objectives of the organization, especially those related to policy making and journal publishing decisions without any particular interest.
  2. Freedom; Journal managers must give reviewers and editors the freedom to create a comfortable working atmosphere and respect the privacy of the author.
  3. Guarantee and promotion; Journal managers must guarantee and protect intellectual property rights (copyright), and be transparent in managing funds received by third parties. In addition, journal managers must publish and promote published results to the public by guaranteeing the usefulness of the use of the manuscript.
  4. Disclosure of conflicts of interest; Journal managers must understand the ethics of scientific publication above to avoid conflicts of interest with other parties, so that the manuscript publishing process runs smoothly and safely.