Ethics & Malpractice

Ethics & Malpractice Statement
The International Workshop Accounting and Taxation encourages the best standards of the scientific procedures, and the higher standards of communication and publication ethics. The Organizing Committee of the IWAT will take measures against any publication malpractices.

The ISAG – European Business School and the Research Center in Business Sciences and Tourism (CICET – FCVC), as organizers of the IWAT take responsibility and duties of guardianship over all stages of publishing the Proceedings of the International Workshop Accounting and Taxation. ISAG – European Business School, as publisher of the book series, is committed to ensuring that the associated revenue (such as advertising, reprint or commercial rights) do not influence editorial decisions.

Concerning the IWAT, all submitted papers that are to be presented in the Workshop and published in the Proceedings of the International Workshop Accounting and Taxation are subject to a double-blind peer-review system, with rules and review forms previously approved by the Organizing Committee. The review process is objective and clear. The IWAT guarantees the confidentiality of submitted manuscripts, ensuring blind reviews. Manuscript acceptance is constrained by legal requirements. Copyright infringement and/or plagiarism will not be tolerated.

The official full Ethics & Malpractice Statement of the IWAT and the Proceedings of the International Workshop Accounting and Taxation can be found below:

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