- » Focus and Scope
- » Peer Review Process
- » Publication Frequency
- » Open Access Policy
- » Archiving
- » Originality Standards
- » Indexing and Abstracting Services
- » Other Sources and Services
- » Plagiarism Detection
- » Submission / Article Processing Charges
Focus and Scope
Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law is a referreed semiannual journal. The journal publishes scientific articles related to international trade, logistics and law in English.
Peer Review Process
Submissions which are sent to the Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law are reviewed by two referees. In case one of the Referee’s recommendations is positive and the other’s is negative, Editorial Board examines both reviews and decides whether to pass the article to a third Referee or return it to its author. In any case, two positive review results are required for a submission to be considered eligible for a publication in the Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law. In order to see the details of review process, please visit Peer Review Process
Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law includes original scientific articles related to international trade, logistics and law in English and is published twice a year in June and December.
Open Access Policy
Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law is an Open Access journal and provides immediate open access to its content. To promote the development of global Open Access to scientific information and research, the Publisher provides copyrights of all online published papers (except where otherwise noted) for free use of readers, scientists, and institutions (such as link to the content or permission for its download, distribution, printing, copying, and reproduction in any medium, without any changing and except the commercial purpose), under the terms of Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) License, provided the original work is cited. To get permission for commercial purpose please contact the publisher.
Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law employs its own archive system.
Articles submitted to the Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law require complying with originality standards of the Journal. Originality standards are set to protect original works from Verbatim Copying, Improper Paraphrasing, and Self-Plagiarism. Manuscripts submitted to the journal are checked for originality using plagiarism detection software. In order to see the detailed explanation of our standards, please visit Originality Standards section.
Indexing and Abstracting Services
- EBSCO, 2022-
- ProQuest ABI/INFORM, 2016-
- Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), 2015-
- ResearchBib: Academic Resource Index, 2015-
- DRJI: Directory of Research Journals Indexing, 2015-
- Internation Scientific Indexing, 2018-
- Araştırmax, 2017-
- Google Scholar, 2015-
- BASE, 2015
In accordance with its publishing policies, Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law obliges each study that has undergone the "Double Blind Review Process” to be detected for plagiarism to protect the integrity of the study. Therefore, the studies are detected for plagiarism.
The plagiarism detection is done by Turnitin software. The matches which are found in each study after plagiarism detection are analyzed in detail and those matches with correct reference and cross-reference are sorted. In the next step, the mistakes in the remaining matches are determined and reported to the editorial board. The board, then, makes a final decision in the light of the plagiarism detection report. The author(s) may be asked to correct the mistakes listed in the report or the study may be returned to the author(s).
The maximum 20% plagiarism rate is accepted in the publications sent to journal. Otherwise, the publication sent is returned to the author for correction.
Submission / Article Processing Charges
Journal of International Trade, Logistics and Law is an open access journal. The Journal does not charge any fees for article submission or article processing.