Institute for Poverty Alleviation and
International Development

Yonsei University


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Ethical Responsibilities of Authors

Submitted articles should be original work. Plagiarism, or the attempt to pass off someone else’s work as the author’s own, will result in immediate rejection.

Duplicate publication or self-plagiarism is also unacceptable, and the overall research findings and the main part of the manuscript must not have been published elsewhere. This includes book chapters or articles containing the same content published in a different language. Authors should provide the appropriate references when reusing substantial parts of their published work. Submissions based on revised conference papers are welcome, but a note should be included stating that that the article is based on a paper delivered to a specific conference.

Authors should protect the privacy and dignity of human subjects and research participants if data has been collected through interviews or surveys. Informed consent must have been obtained, and requests for confidentiality or anonymity honored.

Submission of an article implies all authors approve its publication and that all authors have participated in the research and/or article preparation process. All authors are requested to disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest that could inappropriately influence, or be perceived to influence, the objectivity of their work. Authors are further requested to identify any funding sources that facilitated the research or article writing process.

Author(s) should ensure that the necessary permission of the copyright holder has been obtained where copyrighted materials are included within an article.

Regardless of whether or not a submission is eventually published, authors must treat communication with the journal as confidential, and correspondence and referee reports should not be posted online or otherwise publicized without the prior permission of the editors.

If a breach of these author responsibilities becomes apparent after an article is published, JPAID may contact the author’s institution and funding agencies and/or formally retract the paper.

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Institute for Poverty Alleviation and International Development (IPAID) at Yonsei University

1, Yonseidae-gil, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea

강원도 원주시 연세대길1 연세대학교 원주캠퍼스 정의관 316호 빈곤문제국제개발연구원

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