Journal of Global Trade, Ethics and Law will not accept manuscripts that exhibit plagiarism or text recycling.
Common examples of plagiarism include (but are not limited to):
Verbatim copying of text from other sources without attribution
Failure to correctly attribute ideas, images and data to their original sources
Extensive re-use of texts from one's own previous publications without attribution (text recycling)
JGTEL uses the recommendations of the Publication Ethics Committee (COPE) as its ethical basis and complies with COPE's Code of Conduct and ethics guidelines. Therefore, all cases of suspected plagiarism and/or text laundering will be handled in accordance with COPE guidelines and processes (see COPE flowcharts for further details on what to expect in case of suspected plagiarism; submitted manuscripts and published manuscripts) .
All types of plagiarism, including but not limited to secondary source, invalid source, duplication, paraphrasing, repetitive search, replication, misleading attribution, unethical collaboration, literal plagiarism and outright plagiarism will be dealt with in accordance with COPE guidelines and processes. This also applies to all manuscripts where text recycling, redundancy and/or data fabrication is suspected. See COPE flowcharts for further details on COPE processes.
All manuscripts are subject to evaluation through: