Asiasn review of Financial research


HOMEEthics Authorship

Authorship should be restricted to those who play the following roles:

i) Significantly contribute to the conception, design, data collection, analyses, and interpretation of the research.

ii) Draft the paper and/or revise it substantially by complementing or adding important contents.

iii) Approve the final version of the paper and agree to its submission for publication.

iv) Ensure that questions associated with the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are properly examined and answered.

The corresponding author should clarify that all co-authors are listed in the paper. ARFR allows one corresponding author for one paper. The corresponding author communicates with the editorial office and readers.

Authors should consider carefully the list and order of authors prior to submitting their manuscript. After the original submission of the manuscript, any change in authorship such as addition, deletion, or rearrangement of authors should be clearly requested and explained to the editor. All authors should agree with any such change in authorship. ARFR does not allow authorship to be modified after the publication of the paper unless errors have been made by the editorial office.

ARFR does accept notice of equal contribution for the first author when the study was clearly performed by co-first authors.