Journal of Defense Analytics and Logistics

Journal description The Journal of Defense cek tarif jne trucking Analytics and Logistics is an academic, peer-reviewed journal focusing on research relating to logistics, operations and supply chain management within the context of national and/or international Defense. Published by Emerald on behalf of the Air Force Institute of Technology’s Centre for Operational AnalysisThe Journal of Defense Analytics and Logistics considers a broad range of topics across the logistics, operations research, and supply chain management space. However, each research article considered at the journal must contribute directly to the art and science of national and/or international defense.Manuscripts that develop innovative new ways of thinking about defense are especially encouraged. Successful manuscripts are theoretically sound, methodologically rigorous and practically relevant.The journal is international in scope, and submissions from all countries are welcomed. JDAL publishes two issues per annum.The Journal of Defense Analytics and Logistics is published by Emerald on behalf of the Air Force Institute of Technology’s Center for Operational Analysis. JDAL is owned by the Center for Operational Analysis. JDAL is published under a platinum OA arrangement, in that all charges for publishing an OA article in JDAL are funded by the Center for Operational Analysis. There is no charge to the author.For queries relating to the status of your paper pre decision, please contact the Editor or Journal Editorial Office. For queries post acceptance, please contact the Supplier Project Manager. These details can be found in the Editorial Team section. Author responsibilities Our goal is to provide you with a professional and courteous experience at each stage of the review and publication process. There are also some responsibilities that sit with you as the author. Our expectation is that you willswiftly to any queries during the publication processBe accountable for all aspects of your work. This includes investigating and resolving any questions about accuracy or research integrityTreat communications between you and the journal editor as confidential until an editorial decision has been madeRead about our research ethics for authorship. These state that you must:Include anyone who has made a substantial and meaningful contribution to the submission (anyone else involved in the paper should be listed in the acknowledgements).Exclude anyone who hasn’t contributed to the paper, or who has chosen not to be associated with the research. Research and publishing ethics Our editors and employees work hard to ensure the content we publish is ethically sound. To help us achieve that goal, we closely follow the advice laid out in the guidelines and flowcharts on the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) website.We have also developed our research and publishing ethics guidelines. If you haven’t already read these, we urge you to do so – they will help you avoid the most common publishing ethics issues.Any manuscript you submit to this journal should be original. That means it should not have been published before in its current, or similar, form. Exceptions to this rule are outlined in our pre-print and conference paper policies.  If any substantial element of your paper has been previously published, you need to declare this to the journal editor upon submission. Please note, the journal editor may use Crossref Similarity Check to check on the originality of submissions received. This service compares submissions against a database of 49 million works from 800 scholarly publishers.Your work should not have been submitted elsewhere and should not be under consideration by any other publication.If you have a conflict of interest, you must declare it upon submission; this allows the editor to decide how they would like to proceed. Read about conflict of interest in our research and publishing ethics guidelines.By submitting your work to Emerald, you are guaranteeing that the work is not in infringement of any existing copyright. Third party copyright permissions Prior to article submission, you need to ensure you’ve applied for, and received, written permission to use any material in your manuscript that has been created by a third party. Please note, we are unable to publish any article that still has permissions pending. The rights we require areNon-exclusive rights to reproduce the material in the article or book chapter.no time restrictions on its re-use e.g. a one-year licence.We are a member of the International Association of Scientific, Technical, and Medical Publishers (STM) and participate in the STM permissions guidelines, a reciprocal free exchange of material with other STM publishers.  In some cases, this may mean that you don’t need permission to re-use content. If so, please highlight this at the submission stage.Please take a few moments to read our guide to publishing permissions to ensure you have met all the requirements, so that we can process your submission without delay.Open access informationThis is a sponsored open access journal, also referred to as platinum open access. Because it is published in partnership with an organisation, your article will be published open access, but you will not have to pay an APC (article processing charge) – publication is free. Your article will be published with a Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 user licence, which outlines how readers can reuse your work.You can find out more about our open access routes and read our FAQs on our open research page.  Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines We are a signatory of the Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) Guidelines, a framework that supports the reproducibility of research through the adoption of transparent research practices. That means we encourage you to:Cite and fully reference all data, program code, and other methods in your article.Include persistent identifiers, such as a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), in references for datasets and program codes. Persistent identifiers ensure future access to unique published digital objects, such as a piece of text or datasets. Persistent identifiers are assigned to datasets by digital archives, such as institutional repositories and partners in the Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences (Data-PASS).Follow appropriate international and national procedures with respect to data protection, rights to privacy and other ethical considerations, whenever you cite data. For further guidance please refer to our research and publishing ethics guidelines. For an example on how to cite datasets, please refer to the references section below. Manuscript support services We are pleased to partner with Editage, a platform that connects you with relevant experts in language support, translation, editing, visuals, consulting, and more. After you’ve agreed a fee, they will work with you to enhance your manuscript and get it submission-ready.This is an optional service for authors who feel they need a little extra support. It does not guarantee your work will be accepted for review or publication

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