IBFR COPYRIGHT POLICY, JOURNAL SELF-ARCHIVING AND DIGITAL PRESERVATION
IBFR Journals are published under a Creative Commons 4.0 License.
Authors authorize the IBFR to published their work in the Institute’s journals. Authors authorize The IBFR to modify, edit, or shorten their manuscript as determined appropriate by the editors. Authors authorize the IBFR to distribute the work in print, electronically and via any other methods as deemed appropriate by The IBFR. Distribution may be directly through the IBFR or through third-party organizations. Authors authorize the IBFR to list, and distribute content through databases and other mechanisms.
The Global Conference on Business and Finance Proceedings, ISSN 2168-0612 (USB flash drive) and ISSN 1941-9589 (online), are not copyrighted.
Authors authorize the IBFR to published their proceedings submission in the Global Conference on Business and Finance Proceedings and to distributed such published work in print, electronically and via any other methods in the future as deemed appropriate by the IBFR. Distribution may be directly through the IBFR or through third-party organizations.
In addition to other rights, the Creative Commons License grants the author non-commercial permission to self-archive articles published in any IBFR journal. These archives may include, but are not limited to, SSRN, institutional repositories, ResearchGate, RePEc, Academia, etc. Deposit of such work must occur after publication imprint and with full citation. Authors may use their published work for their own classroom use. Such use must include the full citation. Any commercial uses must be pre-authorized by the IBFR.
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