Publication Ethics Statement

Publication Ethics Statement

InTraders Conferences are international, peer-reviewed and scientific conferences.

InTraders consists of internal and external stakeholders. Internal stakeholders; Boards and authors, while their external stakeholders are readers. Internal stakeholders apply publishing ethics to the highest standards.

It implements the standards announced on the InTraders website. It ensures that internal stakeholders comply with the specified criteria. Legal and scientific responsibility belongs to the authors.

InTraders applies publishing ethics to the highest standards. InTraders follows the Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors and Code of Conduct for Journal Publishers practice guides prepared by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE: Committee on Publication Ethics), providing advice on all aspects of publishing ethics.

The primary ethical responsibilities of InTraders editors, reviewers and authors are listed below.

Responsibilities of the Secretariat

The secretariat is responsible for pre-control processes. Preflight operations; It consists of formal compliance of the article with the InTraders standards, grammar check and similarity report processes.

The secretariat distributes the positive articles for the above-mentioned pre-control procedures to the referee board.

The secretariat is responsible for whether the article submitted to the InTraders is uploaded to the system following the formal rules requested. The Secretariat invites the necessary corrections by contacting the author in case of formal inconsistency. The secretariat rejects the articles not completed within the time allowed for the required modifications.

The secretariat checks the article with the similarity program or requests the similarity report from the author. The InTraders contacts the author to revise the papers outside the similarity limits. The Secretariat rejects the article if the necessary corrections are not completed within the specified time.

The secretariat checks grammar with language programs. Requests correction for typos. If the necessary modifications are not completed within the time specified by the Secretariat to the author, the article is rejected by the Secretariat.

The preliminary examination of the articles is completed by notifying the referees of the reports of the studies that do not have deficiencies or whose deficiencies are completed.

Editor’s Responsibilities

The editor should be responsible for everything published in the InTraders Books. Therefore, the editor; should continually strive to improve the quality of InTraders; they must defend freedom of expression; they should always be ready to issue corrections, clarifications, rebuttals and apologies if necessary.

When accepting or rejecting an article for publication, the editor has the right to make a final decision considering the article’s importance, originality and clarity, as well as the validity of the study and its suitability for the InTraders scope.

The editor should not reverse the acceptance decision for the article unless a severe problem is detected with the article application.

Editors should publish how the peer-review process works in the ınTraders Books and be ready to defend any deviations noticed in this process.

Editors should publish article submission and acceptance dates to the InTraders Books; The deadlines specified in the InTraders web must be respected.

Editors must respond promptly to complaints. There should be other steps that the complainant can take if they are not satisfied with the response.

Editorial decisions should not be influenced by a person’s nationality, ethnicity, religious belief, political opinion, gender or race.

Editors should request referees to inform themselves of any conflict of interest before evaluating a work.

Editors should ask the referees to express their opinions on the article’s originality and be cautious against plagiarism.

Editors should ensure that the referee’s comments are conveyed to the authors in full, as long as they do not contain offensive and insulting remarks.

Editors should refrain from applying to referees who exhibit unsuccessful refereeing, are constantly delayed in their evaluations, or use rude language. They should also inform the publisher to remove referees who display this attitude from the board.

Editors should strive to ensure that the peer-review process is fair and impartial and that reviews are completed on time.

Editors must take necessary action when encountering a situation that does not comply with publication ethics or when an accusation is received. This obligation also covers past issues.

In no way should the editor put forward any implicit or explicit condition in accepting the articles submitted by the authors for publication in the InTraders Books.

The editor should not use any part of the data or reports of submitted and unpublished articles for his own research.

Referee Responsibilities

The referee contributes to the editorial process by expressing his views for increasing the scientificity of the article and publishing the article. It acts as a referee with the awareness that it contributes to the development of science.

A double-blind referee evaluation system is used in the InTraders Conferences. In this context, referees should not know the authors’ identities; authors should not search for identities; should not contact the authors directly.

A referee invited to make a peer review should notify the editor as soon as possible of his decision as to whether he can act as a referee for the relevant article.

Does not have the necessary qualifications to evaluate the article; The referee who thinks or realizes that he cannot give his opinion within the agreed time should immediately inform the editor and withdraw from the refereeing process.

The referee should treat and evaluate the article confidentially. No explanations about the article should be made to others except for what is allowed; The issue should not be discussed.

The referee should evaluate the originality of the article he accepted for consideration.

The referee should evaluate the article according to scientific criteria; should act impartially and consistently throughout the process. He should not make personal criticism and should not use language that is far from courtesy.

The referee should not use the information and/or idea obtained during the evaluation of the article for his own benefit.

Reviewers must clearly and concisely state all comments and/or questions to the authors and/or the article.

Author’s Responsibilities

Authors are responsible for everything in the article submitted to the InTraders.

Authors should collect and interpret research data using simple, unbiased and scientific methods. Scientific research should use accurate and undistorted data.

The raw data of the research should be kept by the author; It should be easily accessible during and after the evaluation process.

The author should not submit a simultaneous article to more than one place. Likewise, the author should not submit any published article to another places for review.

The author should prepare his article following the InTraders writing rules, upload it to the InTraders as desired, and follow the review process closely.

The author should not disaggregate the research results in a way that violates the integrity of the research and should not publish it in more than one issue.

Everyone who contributes to the research should be on the list of authors. Those who do not have active contributions should not be included in the list of authors.

The author should carefully consider the referee’s suggestions for the article and make the desired corrections. The author should be able to criticize the referee’s recommendations within the limits of courtesy.

The author must guarantee that the works submitted are original. If the author has used the work of others in his research, he should clearly show them in his study using an appropriate citation method. The author should avoid all forms of plagiarism and the possibility of plagiarism.

The author must be able to present all relevant information regarding the requested article and make the requested corrections promptly.

The author knows that he/she cannot withdraw the article that has been given acceptance information. The report cannot be requested to be removed for any reason after the acceptance notification. The final decision is made by the Editorial Board.