Corrections, Retractions & Expressions of Concern
Corrections, Retractions & Expressions of Concern
Journal of Entrepreneurship & Startup (JEANS) claims consistency in publishing documents is an important component of knowledge dissemination, in an effort to better represent scholars, librarians, and people in the academic community. Identifying articles published as "Recorded Versions" sets standards that can be used accurately, completely and easily digested.
Manuscripts submitted by the authors are expected to uphold academic integrity. But the available knowledge often disagrees with that. In such situations, the Grand Journal applies guidance on corrections, revocation, and statements of concern to the Publications Ethics Committee.
Errors in published papers can be identified which require correction publication in the form of corrigible or erratum. Because papers can be read and cited after publication, each subsequent revision has the potential to influence those who read and cite previous editions. The Journal of Entrepreneurship & Startup (JEANS) offers the ability for writers to review the facts of scientific work before writing by ensuring that the writing is true and honest. Incorrect or fixable publishing increases the likelihood that readers will hear about changes and explain the actual changes as well. The Editor in Chief must manage situations where corrections are inadequate to resolve errors on a case-by-case basis. Inadequacies resulting from the normal process of scientific research are outside this scope and will not require correction or withdrawal.
Expression of Concern
If there are serious concerns about the authenticity or credibility of the article submitted, it is the Chief Editor's duty to ensure that the matter is treated properly, usually by the sponsoring body of this paper. The Editor in Chief is generally not responsible for investigating or making decisions. Decisions of the sponsoring institution must be immediately notified to the Chief Editor, and the revocation will be printed if it is decided that the fraud paper will be published. Or, statements of concern for aspects of work behavior or integrity can be issued by the Editor in Chief.
Articles can be withdrawn before being accepted for publication by the appropriate author. If approved, it can only be used for articles in the Press that reflect the initial version of the article and often contain errors, or may have been sent twice accidentally. Articles can sometimes, but more rarely, violate professional codes of ethics, such as multiple submissions, false claims of authorship, plagiarism, fraudulent use of data or the like.
Articles that have been accepted for publication but have not yet been officially published and do not yet have a volume / issue / complete page information) that includes errors, or are found to be accidental duplicates of other published articles, or are determined to violate the ethical guidelines for publishing our journals in view editors (such as multiple submissions, false claims of authorship, plagiarism, fraudulent use of data or the like), may be "revoked" from the Journal of Entrepreneurship & Startup (JEANS).
Violations of professional code of ethics such as double delivery, false claims of authorship, plagiarism, fraudulent use of data or the like. Sometimes revocation is used to correct errors in delivery or publication. Revocation of articles by their authors or editors under the advice of members of the scientific community has long been a feature of the world being studied. Standards for dealing with retraction have been developed.
Standards for handling repeal have been developed by a number of libraries and scientific bodies, and these best practices were adopted for repeal of articles by JEANS: (1) The retraction note, entitled 'Retraction: [article title],' signed by the author and / or publisher, is published in the pagination section of the next journal issue and recorded in the table of contents; (2) Links to original articles are made in an electronic version; (3) Online articles are initiated by a screen with a revocation notification. Full link to this screen; after that the reader can proceed to the article itself; (4) The initial paper is kept unchanged except for the .pdf watermark that is displayed on each page.
Article deletion: legal restrictions
In a very limited number of cases, it may be necessary to delete articles from an online database. This will only happen where the article is clearly defamatory, or violates someone else's legal rights, or where the article is, or we have good reason to expect it, the subject of a court order, or where the article, if followed up, can poses serious health risks. In this case, while the metadata (Title and Author) will be retained, the text will be replaced with a screen indicating the article has been removed for legal reasons.
In cases where the article, if followed up, could pose a serious health risk, the original article writer might want to revoke the original and replace it with an improved version. In this case, the procedure for revocation will be followed by a difference that the database revocation notification will publish a link to the re-published article that has been corrected and the document history.