Plagiarism Policy

1. Introduction

The "Journal of Accounting & Business Archive Review" (JABAR) is committed to publishing original and high-quality research that makes a significant contribution to the field of accounting and business history. Plagiarism and other forms of academic misconduct undermine the integrity of scholarly research and publication, and JABAR is committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards in all aspects of its publishing process.

2. Definition of Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the act of presenting someone else's work as your own without proper attribution. This includes, but is not limited to:

3. Responsibilities of Authors

Authors submitting manuscripts to JABAR are responsible for ensuring that their work is original and that all sources are properly cited. Authors must disclose any potential conflicts of interest and must adhere to all ethical guidelines for research and publication.

4. Detection of Plagiarism

JABAR uses a variety of methods to detect plagiarism, including plagiarism detection software and manual review by editors and reviewers. Any manuscript suspected of plagiarism will be investigated thoroughly, and appropriate action will be taken.

5. Consequences of Plagiarism

If plagiarism is detected, the following consequences may be applied: