Plagiarism Policy

Introduction: Accounting & Management Research Review (AMRR) is committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity and originality in scholarly work. Plagiarism is a serious violation of these standards and undermines the principles of honest academic inquiry. This policy outlines the expectations and consequences related to plagiarism within the context of AMRR.

Definition of Plagiarism: Plagiarism is the act of presenting someone else's work, ideas, or intellectual property as one's own without proper acknowledgment or citation. This includes, but is not limited to, copying and pasting text from sources without proper attribution, paraphrasing without giving credit to the original source, and submitting someone else's work as one's own.

Scope of Applicability: This policy applies to all submissions to Accounting & Management Research Review, including but not limited to research articles, reviews, commentaries, and any other form of scholarly contributions.

Expectations: Authors submitting manuscripts to AMRR are expected to adhere to the following guidelines to ensure originality and avoid plagiarism:

  1. Proper Citation: All sources used in the preparation of a manuscript, including text, figures, tables, and ideas, must be properly cited following the appropriate citation style as outlined in the journal guidelines.

  2. Original Work: Submitted manuscripts must represent the original work of the authors. Any use of others' work must be appropriately cited, and permission must be obtained for the reproduction of copyrighted material.

  3. Self-Plagiarism: Authors should avoid self-plagiarism by ensuring that the submitted work is original and has not been previously published or submitted elsewhere in a substantially similar form.