Information for Contributors

Information for Contributors

The Journal of Customs and Economics Review focuses on the results of original research projects in various aspects of International Trade, its impact on Global or Local Economy, Customs Policymaking, Regulations and Law, ICT application on Customs and Supply Chain Management, Risk Management. The goal of this journal is to consolidate efforts of all academics who work in Azerbaijan and/or the regions of the Caucasus, Central Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East as well as in general Customs Studies, Economics, Law and Finance. The journal is published in English. To be published in the Journal of Customs and Economics Review a paper must be substantial and original. The Editorial Team does not accept articles published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Informational material, such as notifications about conferences, books, jubilees, etc. may also be published under the Information heading. Articles and other material published in the Journal of Customs and Economics Review represent the opinions of the author(s) and should not be considered to reflect the opinions of the Advisory Board and Editorial Team. All published research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening, anonymous refereeing by independent expert referees, and consequent revision by article authors when required.
Statement about Open Access
This is an open access journal, which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Articles are made available on the journal website as full-text pdf files.
Research Misconduct and Plagiarism
The JCER has a zero tolerance policy for plagiarism and research misconduct. All submissions are scanned for possible plagiarism. When plagiarism is detected and confirmed, the article is immediately rejected for publication and the offending author is blacklisted from further publication with the Journal of Customs and Economics Review. The JCER follows the COPE guidelines regarding allegations of research misconduct in its publications.
The JCER follows the conflict of interest policy of PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences ,USA)