Plagiarism Policies

Plagiarism Policies for The Agricultural Economics, Social, and Environment Journal (AESE Journal):

1. Originality and Attribution:

Authors submitting manuscripts to AESE must ensure the originality of their work. Plagiarism in any form, whether intentional or unintentional, is strictly prohibited. Proper citation and attribution of all sources, including one's own previous work, are paramount.

2. Plagiarism Detection:

AESE employs plagiarism detection tools to scrutinize submitted manuscripts. Authors are advised to conduct thorough checks and ensure that their work is free from any plagiarized content before submission.

3. Citation Guidelines:

Authors should adhere to proper citation guidelines when incorporating the work of others. All sources, including text, figures, and tables, must be appropriately cited, following the prescribed citation style of AESE.

4. Self-Plagiarism:

Authors must avoid self-plagiarism by refraining from reusing verbatim text or substantial portions of their own previously published work without proper citation and acknowledgment.

5. Multiple Submission:

Manuscripts submitted to AESE should not be concurrently under consideration by other journals. Authors must declare that their work is original and has not been submitted elsewhere during the review process.

6. Proper Paraphrasing:

When paraphrasing existing content, authors should ensure that the rephrased text is substantially different from the original source and appropriately cited.

7. Consequences of Plagiarism:

If plagiarism is detected in a submitted manuscript, it may result in the rejection of the paper. In cases where plagiarism is identified post-publication, the journal reserves the right to issue corrections, retractions, or other appropriate measures.

8. Author's Responsibility:

Authors bear the primary responsibility for ensuring the originality of their work. Any concerns or doubts about potential plagiarism should be addressed proactively by the authors.

9. Peer Review and Editorial Oversight:

The peer review process and editorial oversight play critical roles in identifying and addressing potential plagiarism. Reviewers and editors are trained to recognize and report any instances of plagiarism.

10. Ethical Collaboration:

Collaborative works should involve transparent communication among authors to prevent unintentional plagiarism. All contributors should be properly acknowledged for their respective contributions.

AESE is committed to maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity. Authors submitting to the journal are expected to uphold these plagiarism policies, ensuring a scholarly environment that fosters originality, honesty, and ethical research practices. Violations of these policies may result in serious consequences, reflecting AESE's dedication to the promotion of ethical research in the field.