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Ethics Policy

A primary pre-requisite for submitting Research Contribution/ Manuscripts by authors to the Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development (JIID) is that authors are expected to adhere to basic standards of research and professional ethics and conduct as is expected in scholarly publishing.

At the same time, reproducing text from other research papers without properly crediting the source (plagiarism) or producing many papers with almost the same content by the same authors (self-plagiarism) is not acceptable by JIID.

Submitting the same results to more than one Journal is also unethical. Authors found indulging in any of the aforementioned are black-listed from communicating any further Manuscripts for at least 10 years, based on the decision of the Journal Editorial Board. All Manuscripts received by JIID are analyzed for plagiarism using a plagiarism software as the first step after individual Manuscript is communicated to JIID.

JIID expects authors to make themselves aware and informed about basic standards of research and professional ethics and conduct while researching and submitting their Manuscript to JIID. Large number of online guides are available for the same. JIID recommends, and to some extent, follows the Elsevier Publishing and Research Ethics Guidelines which can be read in detail by clicking here.

Aims & Objectives

JIID has been set up as a platform for researchers from all disciplines conducting innovative research for ensuring inclusive development.

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JIID encourages researchers working to further our understanding towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals to submit their research contributions/ articles. Please browse the JIID website to learn more about the Journal and read the guidelines for authors before you submit your paper. You may also benefit from the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Section.

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