Publication Ethics

International Journal of Business and Administration Research Review is dedicated to following best practices on ethical matters, errors and retractions. The  prevention of  publication malpractice  is  one  of  the  important  responsibilities  of  the  editorial  board.  Any kind of unethical behavior is not acceptable, and does not tolerate plagiarism in any form.

IJBARR is committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and take all possible   measures against any publication malpractices.

  1. Preparation of Pre-Review Manuscript
  2. Title
  3. Authors,
  4. Abstract,
  5. Keywords
  6. Introduction
  7. Theory
  8. Research design
  9. Results and Discussion Conclusions
  10. References
  11. Appendix (if any).

The manuscript may consist of text, equations, symbols, figures, tables, line- drawings, and   photographs.  Pre-Review Manuscripts are   to   be   typed   and formatted according to IJMSRR.

Template (MS-Word Version).  Manuscript should  be  prepared according  to  the following author guidelines in the MS Word article  template:IJBARR Template Length:  The  preferable  limit  of  the   page   number  is  between 06-12  pages in English.

Abstract and  Keywords: On  the  first  manuscript  page,  following  the  title  andauthors    with   their   affiliations(name of the authors,  title, organization/institution/university,  city,  state,  country, email)   and  include  a100-  to  200-word  abstract  summarizingyour  problem and  findings.   On  a  line  below  the  abstract  please   include three to  five  keywords  for indexing  and  database word  searches.  References:  All sources cited in the text must be included in the reference list, and vice versa.  References are to be listed in the order cited in  the  text  in  Arabic  numerals.

International Journal Business and Administration Research Review is an open access international maintain free  access of the  online  fulltext,  it includesubmission, reviewing,  editing,  publishing,  and uploading  the   accepted  article  and  DOI  maintenance  once  their  articles   have been  accepted in IJMSRR  website.

Errors in Published Works

If  the  author detects  an  error  in  the  published  paper   is  obliged  to  instantly inform  The   editors   or  publishers  and  that   as  soon   as  possible   the  same document.  The  author  shall,  in  the  event   of  an  error,  to  cooperate  with  the editorial  board  to remove  the same As early as before it is to be printed.



The editor  and  other  editorial  member must  not  reveal  any  information  about  a submitted manuscript   to    anyone    other    than    the    corresponding   author, reviewers, other  editorial  member, and the publisher.




All our journals are committed to publishing only original contents, i.e., contents that   have   neither    been   published in   other   journals,   nor   are   under   review elsewhere. Plagiarism in any form is not acceptedand if found, it is notified to all   the   stakeholders   and   necessary actionswill  be   taken    and   will  incur plagiarism penalty.  Corrected articles will be verified once again to ensure that it does nothave plagiarism issues.


Publication Misconduct and procedure to handle.

International Journal of Management and social science Research Review takes  care  editors   and  publishers  on  all  aspects of  publication ethics and,  in particular,  how  to handle  cases  of research and  publication misconduct. It also provides a platform for its stakeholders to discuss such misconduct cases and encourages journal editors   to ensure that   cases   are investigated  by  the appropriate experts teams.


Redundant Publication/Multiple submissions

Multiple submissions are considered to be a serious academic misbehavior. it wastes the  time  and  work  of the  editors  and other  stakeholders,  and  contributes  to  the  problem  it is  intended  to  solve,  the slow  speed   of  editorial  review.  Scientific  articles   that  are  found  to  have  been under  review  in other  journal  publishers, or to be published elsewhere, will reject the process of publication.

Data Falsification

The Submitted research materials that   are   found   to have   falsified   experimental outcomes will incur falsification will be rejected and removed from our website immediately.

Manipulation in citation

Citation   Manipulated  articles   are   those    articles   that   are   found   to   include citations  whose   objective   is  to  increase  the   number  of  citations  to  a  given author’s work, or to articles  published in a particular journal. These Citation Manipulated manuscripts will be removed from our website immediately with in 30 min of confirmation.


Editorial ethics and Disclosure of Conflict Interest

Confidential information or ideas obtained through peer review must   be kept secret  and   not   used   for   personal  purpose.  Reviewers   should   not   consider manuscripts  in which  they  have  conflicts  of interest  resulting  from  competitive, collaborative,  or  other   relationships  or  connections  with  any  of  the  authors, companies, or institutions connected to the papers.

The following aspects/elements are checked in the submitter research materials for publication.

  • Originality and Scientific reliability
  • Valuable contribution
  • Adding new aspects to the existed field of study
  • Structure of the article submitted and its relevance to authors’ guidelines
  • Research designs/methodology
  • Grammar, punctuation and spelling
  • Ethical aspects
  • Scope for the further study
  • References provided to substantiate the content




Authors Responsibility

Reporting Standards

Authors of reports of original research should present an accurate account of the work   performed as well as an objective discussion of its significance. Underlying data should be represented accurately in the paper. A paper  should contain  sufficient  detail  and  references to  permit  others to  replicate  the  work. Fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical behaviour and are not acceptable.


Data Access and Retention

Authors are asked  to  provide  the  raw  data in  connection  with  a  paper   for editorial  review, and  should  be prepared to provide  public access to such  data,  if practicable,  and   should   in  any  event   be  prepared  to  retain   such   data   for  a reasonable time after  publication.


Originality and Plagiarism

The authors should  ensure that  they  have  written  entirely  original  works, and  if the  authors  have  used  the  work  and  words  of  others  that   this  has  been appropriately cited or quoted.


Multiple, Redundant or Concurrent Publication

An author should not in general publish manuscripts describing essentially the same research in more than one journal orprimary publication.  Submitting the same   manuscript to more than one journal concurrently constitutes unethical publishing behavior and is not acceptable.


Acknowledgement of Sources

Genuine acknowledgment of the work of othersmust always be given.  Authors   should cite publicationsthat  have  been  influential  in determining the nature of the reported work.



should   be  limited  to  those   who  have   made   a  significant  contribution  to  the conception,  design,  execution,  or interpretation  of the  reported study.  All those who have made significant contributions should be listed as co-authors. Where there   are  others who  have  participated  in  certain   substantive  aspects of  the research project,  they  should   be  acknowledged or  listed  as  contributors.  The corresponding author should  ensure that  all appropriate co-authors and no inappropriate co-authors are included  on the  paper,  and  that  all co-authors have seen   and   approved  the   final  version   of  the   paper   and   have   agreed   to   its Submission for publication.

Hazards and Human or Animal Subjects

If the  work involves  chemicals,procedures or equipment that  have  any  unusual hazards  inherent  in  their   use, the   author  must   clearly  identify   these  in  the manuscript.' Disclosure  and  Conflicts  of Interest  All authors should  disclose  in their   manuscript  any   financial   or  other substantive  conflict of interest  that might be construed to influence the results or interpretation of their  manuscript. All sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed.


Fundamental errors in published works

When   an  author  discovers  a  significant  error   or  inaccuracy  in  his/her  own published work, it is the  author’s obligation  to promptly notify  the  journal  editor or publisher and cooperate with the editor  to retract or correct  the paper.


Responsibilities of Editor  & Editorial Board

Publication Decisions

The  Editor  is responsible for  deciding  which  of the  articles  submitted to  the journal  should  be  published. The  publication decision  should  be  guided  by  the policies  of the  journal’s Editorial  Board, and  should  be based  exclusively  on the academic merit  and  the  decision  of the  reviewers. Peer  review  assists the  editor in making  editorial  decisions and  through the  editorial  communications with the author may  also assist the author in improving  the paper.


The  Editor  and  any  editorial  staff  must  not  disclose  any  information about  a submitted   manuscript   to anyone  other  than    the  corresponding  author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial advisers, and the publisher, as appropriate.


Disclosure and conflicts of interest

Unpublished materials  disclosed in a submitted  manuscript  must  not  be used in an  editor’s own  research without  the  express written  consent of the  author. Privileged   information or ideas   obtained through peer review must be kept confidential and  not  used for  personal advantage. Editors   should   excuse themselves (i.e. should  ask  a co-editor, associate editor  or other  member of the editorial board  instead to review and consider) from considering manuscripts in which they  have  conflicts  of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections  with   any of  the authors, companies, or (possibly)   institutions  connected  to   the   papers.  Editors   should   require   all contributors to disclose relevant competing interests and publish corrections if competing interests are revealed after publication.  If needed,  other  appropriate action  should  be  taken,  such  as  the  publication of a retraction  or expression  of concern.

Copyright, Licensing, Publishing Rights

Your contribution must  be original  work that has not  been  published previously, has  not  been  accepted for publication elsewhere and  is not  under  consideration for publication by any publisher in any print  or electronic  or digital form.


All papers published in International Journal of Management and social science Research Review are  open-access  papers, published  and distributed in print form also, Every  reprint   must contain   a reference to   the  original publication in International Journal  of Social Science Research Review including reference to the corresponding Issue.The authors retain the copyright of their work for all papers published in this Journal.  It is  the  author's  responsibility to  obtain  signed  permission from  the copyright holder to use  and reproduce text,  illustrations, tables,  etc., published previously in other  Journals, electronic  or  print  media.  The signed permission letter must be submitted. Authors are required to disclose any sponsorship or funding   received   from   any   institution relating   to   their   research.

Copyright transfer:  All the authors should   sign the copyright transfer form and submit with the article.


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