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Open Scientific Insight (OSI) was conceived by a group of academicians from various fields of interest to provide an avenue for researchers to contribute towards the growth of their respective field of study through research. All original research papers published by OSI are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication. To be able to provide open access journals, OSI defrays operation costs from authors.
To sustain the knowledge growth by enabling scholars to present their ideas to the world without any hindrance
Code of Ethics?
OSI and its members are committed to maintaining high standards through a double-blind peer-review along with other strict ethical policies. Any infringements of professional ethical codes, such as plagiarism, fraudulent use of data, bogus claims of authorship, should be taken very seriously by the editors with zero tolerance.
OSI aspires to select and publish, through peer review, the highest quality research in international business. In order to achieve this goal, the entire peer review and publication process should be thorough, objective and fair. Journal reputation depends heavily on the trust by all stakeholders in the fairness of the peer review and publication process. A formal code of ethics, outlining guidelines for good behavior and proposing solutions to ethical dilemmas facing Authors, Editors and Reviewers, can build stakeholder trust and improve journal reputation. A full copy of our code of ethics is available here: Code of Ethics
The OSI Code of Ethics is designed to be a comprehensive policy for peer review and publication ethics in the various journal published by OSI. The Code describes OSI's policies for ensuring the ethical treatment of all participants in the peer review and publication process. Our authors and prospective authors are encouraged to study these guidelines and address any questions or concerns to the OSI Editor-in-Chief, Francis Mills PhD, at firstname.lastname@example.org. These guidelines apply to manuscripts submitted to OSI and may be revised at any time by the Editor-in-Chief.