Publication ethics and malpractice publication statement

Authorship is based on:
1.    substantial contributions to conception and design, or acquisition of data, or analysis and interpretation of data;
2.     drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content, and
3.     final approval of the version to be reviewed or published.
Authors must meet conditions 1, 2 and 3.

The author(s) must guarantee: (1) that the article has not been published elsewhere; (2) it is not being considered for publication elsewhere; and (3) that it has been submitted with the full knowledge and approval of the institution or organization given as the affiliation of the author(s). Submission of multi-authored manuscripts implies the consent of each of the authors.
Authors are required to declare any and all conflicts of interest (financial, personal, or other) that may affect the information, research, analysis, or interpretation presented in the manuscript in the structured disclosure section that appears after the text, before the references in every article and report published in Review of General Management.

Reviewers and editors are required to declare any and all potential conflicts of interest.

For additional information regarding publication ethics and malpractice statement, authors, editors and peer-reviewers may consult the Publishing Ethics Resource Kit (PERK) at

Submission of a manuscript is held to imply that it has not previously published and is not otherwise submitted for publication, except as an abstract (which in that case has to be stated).