Journal of Islamic Economic Law, often referred to as "Jurnal Hukum Ekonomi Syariah," adheres to a set of publication ethics to ensure the integrity, credibility, and quality of its content. Here are some common publication ethics principles that journals like this typically follow:

Originality and Plagiarism

      Authors are expected to submit original work, and any form of plagiarism is strictly prohibited. All sources must be properly cited, and any direct quotes should be appropriately attributed.


      All individuals who have made significant contributions to the research should be listed as authors. It's important to acknowledge the contributions of others while ensuring that only those who have contributed substantially are credited as authors.

Conflict of Interest

      Authors are required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest that could influence the research or its interpretation. This includes financial interests, affiliations, or any other relevant connections.

Data Integrity

      Authors should ensure the accuracy of their data and the integrity of their research methods. Fabrication, falsification, or manipulation of data is unacceptable.

Peer Review

       Journals typically employ a peer-review process where submitted manuscripts are evaluated by experts in the field. This helps ensure the quality and validity of the research before it is published.

Ethical Treatment of Subjects

       If research involves human subjects or animals, authors must adhere to ethical standards and obtain necessary approvals from relevant institutional review boards or ethics committees.

Transparency and Reproducibility

      Authors should provide sufficient detail about their methods and procedures to allow others to replicate their work. Transparency is key to ensuring the credibility and trustworthiness of research findings.

Corrections and Retractions

       Journals should have procedures in place for correcting errors or retracting articles if necessary. This helps maintain the integrity of the scholarly record.

Editorial Independence

       Editors should make decisions based on the merit of the work and without undue influence from outside sources. Editorial decisions should be fair, impartial, and consistent.

Publication Ethics Violations

     Journals may take appropriate action if ethical violations are discovered, such as retracting articles, banning authors, or notifying relevant institutions or authorities.

      These principles help ensure that scholarly publications uphold the highest standards of integrity, credibility, and ethical conduct. Journals typically have their specific guidelines and policies regarding publication ethics, which authors should familiarize themselves with before submitting their work.