Journal of Gastronomy, Hospitality, and Travel (JOGHAT) adheres to the ethics of scientific publication. Therefore, all contributors to the journal such as editors, reviewers, and authors are expected to abide by the guidelines of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) and the following ethical principles:
Each author of the articles submitted to the journal should have made a contribution to the work. Authors share responsibility and accountability for the content of their papers.
All authors that intend submitting articles to the journal should avoid plagiarism.
C. Data Fabrication & Falsification
Manuscripts submitted to the journal should consist of accurate data and content. All authors of the articles published in the journal are responsible for the accuracy of their publications’ content.
D. Conflicts of Interest
Authors of the manuscripts submitted for the consideration in the journal should declare a conflict of interest in the submission process. Authors are expected to declare a conflict of interest, and they are legally responsible for cases of controversy.