Editor Ethics

Ethical guidelines for Editor in Chief/ Editor

  • An editor should give unbiased decision without any regard to race, gender, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author(s), to all manuscripts offered for publication in Bibliotics Journals.

  • The Editor should not disclose the confidential information; unless and until it is authorised by the source of that information, or if there are allegations of misconduct that require access to that confidential information, or if the Editor is ordered/required by law to disclose that information.

  • The editor should not use/disclose any unpublished work/ arguments/ interpretations of a submitted manuscript for his/her own work, but with consent from the author. An editor must and should respect the intellectual independence of authors.

  • Need to encourage his/her colleagues/students to submit their work in the Bibliotics Journals.

  • Should maintain continuous contact with the Editor-in-Chief to ensure the ongoing developments of the journal: Members of the Board may also take responsibility for key activities linked to the journal.

  • All Editorial Board members must obey the Editor-in-Chief of the journal