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Editors of academic journals face a range of ethical issues in the course of their work, including conflicts of interest, falsification and fabrication of data, plagiarism, unethical experimentation, redundant publication and authorship disputes. As the publisher of choice for some of the most trusted and highly cited experts in the field, we recognize the importance of maintaining integrity and editorial independence. We are committed to high ethical standards and transparent publication practices that ensure respect for Wiley-Blackwell publications within the academic community.

As part of this commitment to ethical practices, Wiley is a member of the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE), which supports our editorial teams and provides them with an external authoritative opinion to consult for difficult cases.

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