JGBM Publications is a high-quality academic/business research journal and conferences in the fields of accounting, economics, marketing, finance, information systems, general management, business technology, healthcare management and international management, etc. The academic journal is published twice a year in hardcopy and distributed to more than twenty-five countries. In addition, one or two meetings (GBIM) can be held annually in the United States. A double-blind peer review process is applied to ensure the research quality in both journal and conference. JGBM was founded in 2005 in Oregon, USA, and continues to focus on the business education research community. JGBM, a private organization, supported by its members, private sources, publishers and registration fees. JGBM has an ISSN number issued by International Center, France.
The double-blind peer review process is required for all submissions. The process may take one or two weeks. Manuscripts without required format are not accepted. All manuscripts should be professionally proofread before submission. You can visit www.editavenue.com for professional proofreading/editing. The submitted manuscript will be checked by the Plagiarism Checker. JGBM is indexed in Directories of Refereed Publications.
As an academic journal (JGBM) and meeting (GBIM), it contains the authors' contributions, ideas, assertions and information. The information provided by these authors does not necessarily represent the journal. JGBM makes no representation as to the accuracy of the information contained herein; and the inclusion of the information in this document shall not be construed as an endorsement of the information by the journal, either explicitly or implicitly. JGBM and GBIM shall not be liable for any and all liabilities or liabilities arising out of the information contained in JGBM and GBIM.
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Peer Review Process: All research submitted to JGBM will go through a complete peer review process. The Editorial Board will be responsible for final decision submissions; the right to accept/reject any paper. If the result of one reviewer is negative and the result of the other reviewer is affirmative, the submitted paper will be sent to the two reviewers; the editor may then send the paper for the third reviewer, or he may accept/The paper makes the final decision immediately. The selected reviewers will be asked to present the results as soon as possible; if they cannot complete the review within the agreed time frame, the documents submitted will be presented to the new examiner using the same procedure. In some cases, submitted papers may also be sent to selected editors for final review decisions.
Archiving Policy: JGBM publishes twice a year in hardcopy. The author will receive a hard copy of the journal. JGBM hard copies are also distributed in more than 25 countries. The hard copy of JGBM's magazine and electronic copy is archived by JGBM Publications.
Duties of Editors: (Publication decisions): The editor of the journal is to decide which of the articles submitted to the journal should be published.
Article Withdrawal: An article can be extracted by the author or publisher as a hard copy prior to the payment/publication process. If the author requests the withdrawal of the article, the withdrawal request should be sent to the editor. If an article is found to be in violation of the journal's ethical publication guidelines, such as repeated publication, plagiarism, fraudulent use of data, multiple submissions or falsification of the author's claim, the article will be withdrawn by the publisher.
Article Removal: In special cases, the article can be removed from the journal prior to publication. This can happen if any legal issue arises or is expected in the context of the article, the distribution of the article is stopped by a court order, the content of that article may cause serious health risks if the person acts, the article infringes the copyrights of others, or Found that the article is defamatory or infringes the legitimate rights of others. When you delete an article from a magazine (PDF version), the article text is replaced with a comment that explains that the article has been removed from the log, and why the deletion was made.
Article Replacement: If an article is found to contain erroneous or inaccurate data (prior to hardcopy publication), the original author may wish to withdraw the article and replace it with a corrected version.
Article Corrections: If any errors are found in the paper after publication, the correction will be published in the next issue, or once the publisher and author agree to the proposed change. A correction will be issued only if a material error is found on the paper and the actual information published is inaccurate. Minor fixes that do not significantly affect the content and understanding, such as spelling errors and grammatical errors, will not be published. Corrections will be added to the PDF version of the article.
Article Retractions: Every manuscript submitted for publication to any journal is subject to rigorous editing and peer review process review. Retractions are published in circumstances like, if the conclusion of a paper is found to be based on faulty logic or computation by new information made available after the paper has been published; if the paper is based on falsified or fabricated data, if plagiarized data has been published or if duplicate publications exist. Revocation is determined by editors on a case-by-case basis, in consultation with the author and reviewer. Before withdrawing an article, the author's signature statement must be submitted to the editor. All authors' consent is required prior to issuing the revocation request. If some co-authors do not agree with the withdrawal of the article, withdrawal will be published in accordance with editorial decisions, clearly identify the different co-authors. When the publication is revoked, it will link to the article being corrected, and the link to the undo page will also be placed on the earlier published article.
However, the editor/editor-in-chief will make the final decision on abovementioned procedures.