Journal of Tax Policy, Economics, and Accounting (TAXPEDIA) is a journal professionally managed by the MUC Tax Research Institute (MUCTRI) which emphasizes the principles of integrity, novelty, originality, and usefulness.
TAXPEDIA doesn’t tolerate any form of unethical behavior, especially plagiarism. Authors who submit articles to TAXPEDIA must confirm that the manuscript contents are original and have never been published by other publishers.
This statement regulates the ethics of authors, reviewers, and editors based on best practice guidelines for journal editorial management. Editors, authors, and reviewers are required to comply with TAXPEDIA's submission guidelines policies.
- Authors should present an accurate report on the result of their original research as well as explain the significance of their research to the public.
- Submitted manuscripts must follow the journal submission guidelines. (See Online Submission Guidelines)
- Authors must ensure that their work is original and never published by other publishers.
- Authors should not submit the same manuscript to more than one journal concurrently.
- Authors must ensure that all data and information used in research comes from valid sources or cites credible publications.
- Authorship should be limited to those who have contributed significantly to the research analysis and writing of the reported study. The primary authors must ensure that all co-authors have read and agreed to the submitted version of the manuscript which includes their names as co-authors.
- Authors should provide and retain raw research data for editorial review (if required).
- If at any time, the authors discover a significant error or inaccuracy in the submitted manuscript, the authors must notify the editor.
- Editors have the right to accept, reject, or request revision of the manuscript, either based on their objective considerations or based on the editorial board's review.
- Editors must ensure the originality of each submitted manuscript using credible software, before entering the blind peer review stage. Next, the reviewers review the manuscript to produce recommendations: acceptance, rejection, or revision of the manuscript.
- Editors must be objective and should not be biased towards a particular ethnicity, religion, race, or gender in reviewing manuscripts.
- Editors must ensure that information regarding manuscripts submitted by the authors is kept confidential.
- Editors may not use the material in the unpublished manuscript for their own research without the written consent of the author.
- Reviewers must ensure that information regarding manuscripts submitted by the authors is kept confidential.
- Reviewers must be objective and may not be biased towards a particular ethnicity, religion, race, or gender in reviewing manuscripts.
- Review of submitted manuscripts must be done objectively and the reviewers should express their views clearly.
- Reviewers must inform the editor if they cannot complete the review process by the deadline, so that the manuscript could be sent to other reviewers.