Code of EthicsKIET Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade
Journal of Industrial Econimics & Trade
Code of Ethics
Code of Ethics
1. Research Misconduct
"Research Misconduct" refers to fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, the practice to indicate wrong authors on papers while suggesting a research, conducting a research, reporting or having a presentation of research results, etc.
1"Fabrication" refers to the practice of making false data that do not exit or false research results.
2"Falsification" refers to the manipulation of the research materials, equipment or process; or the arbitrary alteration or omission of data, which lead to the distortion of the contents or the research results
3"Plagiarism" refers to the appropriation of another person' ideas, research contents or results without any indication of the sources.
4"Indication of Wrong Authors of Papers" refers to the practice of not granting authorship to a person who made scientific and technical contributions to the research contents or results without reasonable grounds; or the practice of granting authorship to a person who did not scientifically or technically contribute to the research contents or results for authorship out of gratitude or respect.
5"Duplication or Self-Plagiarism" refers to the practice of authors' use of their previously published works in whole or in part without proper citation as though it were new, or in a manner that goes beyond the conventionally accepted level despite proper citation.
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