- The role of authors and contributors
- Submit a manuscript
- The review process
- Origin and plagiarism
- Open access policy
- The author's complaint process
- Manuscript requirements
- Final Submission.
1.Role of Authors and Contributors
Please see Authorship of the manuscript (in 3.Duties of Authors).
2.Submit a manuscript
The Journal of Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship does not charge peer review and print acceptance fees.
Article Handling Fee (APC): No.
Application fee: No.
It is prohibited to send the manuscript to more than one magazine, and it is also prohibited to publish it in another magazine after its acceptance for publication in the Journal of Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship. Manuscripts should be submitted to the Journal of Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship via the ASJP (editorial platform):
Registration and login are required to submit items and check the status of current submissions (Author Platform ).
Manuscripts must be prepared according to the form in the English language or the form in the Arabic language. Submission is an ongoing process and requires authors to adhere to their duties (for more information see Authors' duties),
Submission of the paper means that it is not under consideration for publication in another journal in addition to that it contains works that have not been published before. All materials submitted will be screened using anti-plagiarism software before being submitted for blind peer review.
Once the manuscript is submitted, the author must wait for the outcome of the peer review process before submitting a new manuscript for evaluation.
Each paper is vetted by an in-house professional editor to determine if it is properly prepared and if they are following the ethical policies of the journal, and then sent to two external reviewers for double-blind peer review.
3.1. Regular release
The editorial board will conduct a preliminary examination of all incoming manuscripts to determine whether the topic covered corresponds to the journal's domain. All manuscripts accepted after initial screening undergo a double-blind peer-review process. The final decision is made by the editorial board which reserves the right to reject any manuscript, or, in the case of manuscript acceptance, to add or change certain corrections. Any changes affecting the substance of the text will be made, after agreement with the author. The review process takes between one and three months.
3.2 Special Edition
The selected manuscripts will undergo a double-blind peer-review
process. The final decision is made by the editorial board which has the right to reject any manuscript, or, if manuscripts are accepted, to add or shorten certain corrections. Any changes affecting the substance of the text will, of course, be in agreement with the author.
You can see the progress of the review process in detail.
If an article is accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship, the authors will be required to send a Copyright Agreement Form (in English or Arabic) via email to the journal: jegeinfo@ univ-adrar.edu.dz and firstname.lastname@example.org
The Jege is licensed under (CC BY-NC 4.0). For more, please see
5.Originality & plagiarism
By submitting your manuscript to the journal, it is understood that this is an original manuscript and is an unpublished work and is not considered in any other journal. The magazine does not tolerate plagiarism, including attempts to publish someone else's work as your own or to duplicate the author's own work, in whole or in part without a proper citation.
It can be said that plagiarism clearly occurred when large chunks of text were cut and pasted. Such manuscripts will not be considered for publication in the Journal of Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship. Depending on the severity of plagiarism, authors may be prevented from submitting other manuscripts for publication for a period of 3 to 10 years. Minor plagiarism (<15%), without dishonest intent, is fairly frequent and is handled by editors on a case-by-case basis. In most cases, authors will be required to correct the text and use an appropriate citations.
Manuscripts submitted to the journal are checked for authenticity using anti-plagiarism software (such as iThenticate software or any other program to verify the authenticity of incoming requests).
6.Open Access Policy
The importance of the problems that modern society faces has been constantly discussed not only in the academic aspect, as the journal also targets non-academic readers interested in discussing the basic topics of economics and entrepreneurship. As the magazine is working to become a platform for comprehensive discussion between various groups, it follows a policy of open access to its publications. All contents of the magazine are freely available to its users on the official website of the magazine when the issue is published. Users are permitted to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, and find the full text of published articles without prior permission from the publisher or author.
7.The author's complaint process
Before submitting manuscripts, authors are requested to read all guidelines and policies for handling and disseminating the manuscript: How to submit a complaint?
Please prepare your manuscript before submission using the following guidelines:
The title page must contain the full title, names, and academic or professional affiliations, and addresses of all authors. The name, email address, and phone number of the author to whom correspondence may be sent must be indicated.
The text should not be more than 10 pages long (font: Times New Roman, size: 12 normal, first-line indent: 1,25, line spacing: 1). These conventions and limitations not only include text but also notes, references, quotations offered, tables, and all other materials. The manuscript should be pages numbered. Manuscripts must be written in Arabic or English and be complete in all respects, including figures and tables.
8.2.The length of the article
Essays should be between 10-15 sheets in length. This includes all texts, including references and appendices.
8.3 Title of the article
Provide a title of no more than 20 words.
8.4. Author details
- - All the names of the contributing authors must be added to the submission, and their names should be arranged in the correct order for publication.
- - The name and address of the author to whom correspondence can be sent must be indicated, including the email address and phone number.
- - Correct email addresses must be provided for each author in their separate author accounts.
- - Each author's full name must be present in his author's account in the exact format that it should appear for publication.
- - The affiliation of each contributing author must be valid in the individual author's account. The affiliation listed must be where it was at the time the paper was researched.
8.5 Research Funding
Authors must publicize all sources of funding for external research in their article and a statement to this effect should appear in the Acknowledgments section. Authors must describe the role of the funder or financial sponsor in the entire research process, from study design to application.
Authors must supply a structured abstract in their submission, set out under 4-7 sub-headings:
- -Purpose (mandatory).
- -Design/methodology/approach (mandatory).
- -Findings (mandatory).
- -Research limitations/implications (if applicable).
- -Originality/value (mandatory).
Maximum is 300 words in total (including keywords and article classification, see below).
Authors should avoid the use of personal pronouns within the structured abstract and body of the paper (e.g. " is correct, "I investigate..." is incorrect).
JEL Classification: code1; code1; code1. To specify this classification: JEL Classification
Authors should provide appropriate and short keywords that summarize the main topics of the paper. Arranged alphabetically with a capitalization of the first word; They are separated by a semicolon (;).
8.8 Scope of the article
Authors must classify their papers as part of the application process.
Titles should be concise, with a clear reference to distinguish between the heading hierarchy.
8.10 Endnotes / Notes
Notes or endnotes should be used when necessary and should be identified in the text with consecutive numbers, enclosed in parentheses, and listed at the end of the article.
8.11.Figures & Tables
All Figures (charts, diagrams, line drawings, web pages/screenshots, and photographic images) should be submitted in electronic form.
Tables should be typed and included in a separate file to the main body of the article. The position of each table should be clearly labeled in the body text of the article with corresponding labels being clearly shown in a separate file.
Ensure that any superscripts or asterisks are shown next to the relevant items and have corresponding explanations displayed as footnotes to the table, figure, or plate.
The list of references should be provided by the authors. References are written using the APA format system. It is recommended to use software applications for managing references and bibliographies (such as Mendeley, Zotero, and RefWorks) or paid applications (such as Endnote and Reference Manager). This is very important in the electronic environment because it enables readers to take advantage of the referential link facility in the database and link back to the business you mentioned through CrossRef.
The reference is made without any type of numbering. The reference syntax used should consist of a minimum of 80% of the primary reference (journal, facts) and a maximum of 20% of secondary references (textbooks) published in the past ten years. All data presented or quoted in manuscripts taken from other authors' articles should be accompanied by reference sources.
You should cite the posts in the text, for more information, please see: Referencing Style
At the end of the paper, a checklist should be presented in alphabetical order.
Failure to comply with the reference writing requirements will result in the manuscript being rejected.
8.13.Points of Style
- -Use only the Word format (.doc).
- -Do not use tabs, section endings, headers, or footers.
- -If there are notes, insert them in footnotes.
An article may be divided into sections, subsections, using Arabic numerals. Only the initial word and proper names should be capitalized.
- Management and financial supervision
1.1.1 Work division
Commonly used abbreviations (United Nations, European Commission, European Union, United States, and the United Kingdom) do not need to be given in full on first use. Other abbreviations should be clarified on first use with the abbreviation immediately after the parentheses.
Numbers up to ten will be written and included; 11 and above will be given in numbers. If numbers up to ten and numbers greater than ten are included in the same sentence, then all numbers should be written for consistency. Numbers are always used to denote percentages. Percentages should be given using%.
Before submitting work to our journal, the author must first ensure that the manuscript is complete, grammatically correct, free from misspellings or typos, and identical to the journal's template.