EFACIS PUBLICATION ETHICS POLICY
All authors submitting to EFACIS publications are required to subscribe to EFACIS’ ethical code which requires the highest degree of academic integrity within all articles carried in our publications. EFACIS will check all the submitted articles for plagiarism or any further research misconduct (for example data manipulation) before publishing online. Plagiarism refers to the copying of text, images, ideas, or data from other sources, including your own publications, without providing appropriate credit to the original source. If extensive and unjustifiable plagiarism is found by editors, peer reviewers or by editorial staff at any stage of the publication process, articles will be rejected.