Ph.D., Coppin State University, USA
With a population of 1 billion in 2009 living in 54 different countries, Africa has a diverse economy that includes trade, industry, agriculture and its own population resources. AJAEFBR provides a forum for exploring African research on current and future issues in business and beyond. It brings together interested faculty, professionals, policy makers, accounting/auditing/finance students, and others concerned with professional and regulatory matters in the corporate, university, schools of business, government and financial sectors.
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Volume 12 Articles – 2019
|Ethics / Review Editorial Policy
Duties of Authors
Plagiarism, the practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and
passing them off as one’s own will not be tolerated. Discovery of the
act of plagiarism will lead to a retraction of the article and the
journal will not accept future article submissions by the author(s).
Review Process All manuscripts received that are within the scope of our journals are sent to a reviewer in a blind peer review process. The reviewers feedback is evaluated by Editor-in-Chief who decides whether to accept, reject the paper or authorize a rewrite and resubmission of the manuscript by the author(s). Reviewers will be paid $50 per article reviewed.
Responsibilities of Editors Maintaining the integrity of the literature published in the journals is the responsibility of the Editors. To this end the Editor and Editor-in-Chief are responsible for correcting errors or observations of significance, issuing retraction where necessary and addressing concerns from authors and the public. The Editor-in-Chief and Editor must ensure fairness, timeliness, thoroughness, and civility of the peer- review/editorial process and working with the Publisher to ensure the attraction of the best manuscripts and research that will be of interest to readers. The Editor-in-Chief of GLOBIP Journals is entitled to carry out decision-making in consultation with Editors, reviewers and together they will make such decisions regarding accepting papers, rejecting papers or authorizing the author(s) to re-write the manuscript and resubmit. The Editor-in-Chief must submit articles to electronic services to verify originality. The Editor-in-Chief and Editors shall evaluate manuscripts for their intellectual content without regard to the nature of the author’s race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, citizenship, or political party. The Editor-in-Chief and Editors must maintain impartiality, confidentiality of the author(s) and all information submitted and must not personally use any materials submitted for personal without the express permission of the Author(s). Members of the Editorial Board must constantly review the journals and inform the Editor-in-Chief of any observation that need to be corrected. Some of the Editors and Reviewers and staff have a passion for the objectives of our journals and have outstanding research and publications record. They may submit articles to the journals on the understanding that their submissions will be reviewed by independent reviewers, not connected to them, and they will make no contribution to the decisions to accept, reject or to re-write and resubmit the manuscript. The Editor-in-Chief and Editor must ensure that this system prevails.