JABE (Journal of Applied Business and Economic) is a journal with the goal of becoming a leading peer-review platform and an authoritative source of information.  JABE (Journal of Applied Business and Economic) publishes original research articles, reviews articles and case studies focusing on Business, Management that are not published elsewhere in any language, nor reviewed for publishing anywhere. This is in line with the mission of Indraprasta PGRI University to promote and disseminate knowledge and understanding.

JABE (Journal of Applied Business and Economic) offers open access to its journal articles. JABE (Journal of Applied Business and Economic) is committed to upholding ethical standards of conduct at all stages of the publication process.

Publication Ethics for Journal Editors

The editor must be responsible for everything published in the journal. It includes measures to assess the quality of materials they receive for journals and the willingness to publish corrections and clarifications as necessary.

The editor must act in a fair and balanced way while carrying out his duties, without discrimination.

The editor should provide guidance to the authors and reviewers about everything that is expected of them.

Peer Review

The editor must make decisions about which articles to publish based on the quality and suitability of the journal.

The editor shall handle the submission fairly, unbiased and timely and treat all manuscripts as confidential, to be distributed to others only for peer-reviewed purposes.

The editor must have a system to ensure that peer reviewers' identity is protected unless they use an open review system that is expressed to authors and reviewers.

Editorial Board

The editor must provide members of the new editorial board with guidance on what is expected of them and should constantly update existing members on new policies and developments.

Conflict of interest

The editor must have a system to manage their own conflict of interest and also the interests of their staff, authors, reviewers and board members.

Publication Ethics for Journal Authors

Authors must state that all works in their papers are original, and to quote content from other sources appropriately to avoid plagiarism.

The author shall ensure that his contribution does not contain any defamatory or infringing copyright or other intellectual property rights or other rights of any third party.

The list of authors must accurately reflect who is doing the research and writing articles, and the order of authorship should be determined jointly by all coauthor.

Authors should make sure that their manuscripts correspond to the ones submitted are not considered (or accepted for publication) elsewhere. When the passage of the script overlaps with the published or sent content, this should be acknowledged and quoted.

Funding sources for research projects should be included in all funded research papers. Other supporting sources should also be clearly identified in the manuscript, usually in an acknowledgment.

Authors must notify editors or publishers if there are significant errors in their published publications, and work with editors to publish erratum, addendum or retraction if necessary.

Ethical Publications for Journal Articles Reviewer

Reviewers should assist in improving the quality of submitted articles by carefully reviewing the manuscript, judgment, and objectivity, in a timely manner.

The reviewers shall notify journal editors of published or submitted content that is similar to the subject under review or any allegation of plagiarism.

The reviewer should state potential conflicts of interest in connection with certain articles or authors.

The reviewer should respect the confidentiality of the information or materials provided during the review process.