Anti-plagiarism Policy

EE&CGs Integrity policy 

The EE&CGs Journal adhere to the COPE misconduct recommendations and practice, which can be consulted at: The Editors reserve the right to reject manuscripts that do not comply with the above-mentioned guidelines. The author will be held responsible for false statements or failure to fulfill the above-mentioned guidelines.

EE&CGs Conflict of interest policy. 

To ensure transparency, all authors, reviewers and editors are required to declare any interests that could compromise, conflict or influence the validity of the publication. In addition, authors are required to specify funding sources and detail requirements for ethical research in the submitted manuscript, ensuring that ethical approval and consent statements are detailed within the manuscript.

Anti-plagiarism policy

Ethics, Economics and Common Goods reserves the right to review all texts submitted for publication using Turnitin software to detect practices such as plagiarism, self-plagiarism, duplicate publication, omission of references or use of data and images without due permission.
If any of these practices are detected, authors will be informed by email and the editorial board will review the case to reach a resolution.