Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) is a open-access, peer-reviewed multidisciplinary international journal. The journal aims to provide an international platform for researchers, professionals and scientists for solve of problems with multidisciplinary approaches on all topics related to educational, social science, economics and technology to exchange, sharing and disseminate theoretical of current research results as widely as possible. The journal publishes research papers in the all the fields of educational, social science, economics and technology stated below:

Educational Sciences

Mathematics education, Science education, Physical education, Biology education, Parental education, non-formal education, early childhood education,critical pedagogy, curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, educational philosophy, educational psychology, educational technology, distance education, Elementary education, Secondary Education, Health Promotion, Minor Education Studies, Special Education, Nutrition Education, Bilingual Education, International Training And Education, Learning Disabilities, Teaching and Learning, Peace and Conflict Resolution, Curriculum And Instruction, Experiential Learning, Social Justice And Urban Education, Psychology of Education, Technology In Education, Gender And Cultural Diversity In School, Comparative And International Education, Cultural Factors In Higher Education, Education And Social Change, Children's Literature, Language And Literacy Learning, Education And Public Policy, Leadership Skills, Classroom Management, Legal Issues In Education, Students Teaching, design, education assessment, education supervision, education management, education policy, vocational education, social education and other relevant issues and so on.


Social Sciences

Political Science, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, History, Anthropology, Commerce, Visual Arts, Social Work, Home Science, Public Administration, Population Studies, Management, Education, Law, Library and Information Science, Mass Communication and Journalism, Geography, Social Environmental, Human Rights, Tourism, Social Work, Social Welfare, Gender, Women’s Studies, Religion, Welfare State, Social Security, Unemployment Insurance, Environmental Policy, Economic Policy, Human Behavior, Pensions, Health Care, Social Housing, Social Care, Child Protection, Social Exclusion, Education Policy, Crime and Criminal Justice and so on.


Economic Sciences

Business studies, ethics, entrepreneurship, electronic markets, Services, strategic alliances, Microeconomics, Behavioural and health economics, Government regu law issues, Macroeconomics, Financial markets, investment theories, banking, International economics, Economic development, system dynamics, Environmental studies, urban issues, emerging markets, Empirical studies, quantitative/experimental methods, and so on.



Covers the recent research in several branches of engineering and technology include Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering, Material & Metallurgical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Civil & Architecture Engineering, and Marine Engineering.


Section Policies


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Peer Review Process

Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) is a double blind and peer reviewed international journal. Every paper submitted to eJESET for publication is subject to peer review. The peer review in this journal is an evaluation of the submitted paper by two or more individuals of similar competence to the author. It aims to determine the academic paper's suitability for publication. The peer review method is employed to maintain standards of quality and provide credibility of the papers. The peer review at eJESET proceeds in 9 steps with description as follows.

1. Submission of Paper

The corresponding or submitting author submits the paper to the journal. This is carried out via an online system supported by the Open Journal System (OJS). But in order to facilitate authors, eJESET temporarily also accepts paper submissions by email to email editor.ejeset@gmail.com

2. Editorial Office Assessment

The submitted paper is first assessed by the eJESET editor. The editor checks whether it is suitable with eJESET’s focus and scope. The paper’s composition and arrangement are evaluated against the journal’s Author Guidelines to make sure it includes the required sections and stylizations. In addition, an assessment of the minimum required quality of the paper for publication begins at this step, including one that assesses whether there is a major methodological flaw. Every submitted paper which pass this step will be checked by Plagiarism Checker Software to identify any plagiarism before being reviewed by reviewers.

3. Appraisal by the Editor-in-Chief (EIC)

The Editor-in-Chief (EIC) checks if the paper is appropriate for the journal, sufficiently original, interesting, and significant for publication. If not, the paper may be rejected without being reviewed any further

4. Invitation to Reviewers

The handling editor sends invitations to individuals who he or she believes would be appropriate reviewers (also known as referees) based on expertise, closeness of research interest, and no  conflict of interest consideration. The peer review process at eJESET involves a community of experts in a narrowly defined field of education, social sciences, economics sciences, and technology, who are qualified and able to perform reasonably impartial review.  The impartiality is also maintained by the double blind peer review employed in this journal. That said, the reviewer does not know the author’s identity, conversely the author does not know the reviewer’s identity.  The paper is sent to two reviewers anonymously.

5. Response to Invitations

Potential reviewers consider the invitation against their own expertise, conflicts of interest, and availability. They then decide to accept or decline. In the invitation letter, the editor may ask the potential reviewer for suggestion of alternative reviewers, when he or she declines to review.

6. Review is Conducted

The reviewer allocates time to read the paper several times. The first read is used to form an initial impression of the work. If major problems are found at this stage, the reviewer may feel comfortable rejecting the paper without further work. Otherwise they will read the paper several more times, taking notes so as to build a detailed point-by-point review. The review is then submitted to the journal, with a recommendation to accept, or reject it, or else with a request for revision (usually flagged as either major or minor) before it is reconsidered.

7. Journal Evaluates the Reviews

The EIC and handling editor considers all the returned reviews before making an overall decision. If the reviews differ widely between both reviewers, the handling editor may invite an additional reviewer so as to obtain an extra opinion before making a decision.

8. The Decision is Communicated

The editor sends a decision email to the author including any relevant reviewer comments. Reviewers' comment are sent anonymously to corresponding author to take the necessary actions and responses. At this point, reviewers are also be sent an email or letter letting them know the outcome of their review.

9. Final Steps

If accepted, the paper is sent to production. If the article is rejected or sent back to the author for either major or minor revision, the handling editor will include constructive comments from the reviewers to help the author improve the article. The author should make corrections and revise the paper per the reviewers’ comments and instructions.

After revision has been made, the author should resubmit the revised paper to the editor supplemented with a cover page containing a check list that declares points of correction and revision that have been made.

If the paper was sent back for revision, the reviewers should expect to receive the revised version, unless they have opted out of further participation. However, where only minor changes were requested this follow-up review might be done by the handling editor.

If the editor is happy with the revised paper, it is considered to be accepted. The accepted papers will be published online and all are freely available as downloadable pdf files.


Open Access Policy

Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) is an open access journal. This journal provides immediate open access to every article on the principle that making research freely accessible to the public; It supports a greater global exchange of knowledge; and an invaluable way to boost the visibility and impact of research.

This also means that Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) it's free availability on the public Internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than that inseparable from gaining access to the Internet itself.



Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) utilizes the Public Knowledge Project Private LOCKSS Network (PKP-PLN) to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries, which are permitted to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. See the LOCKSS Publisher Manifest.

LOCKSS system has permission to ingest, preserve, and serve this Archival Unit.

The Public Knowledge Project
Open Journal Systems was developed by the Public Knowledge Project.


Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

The Editors of Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) issue a set of publication ethics as guidelines for authors engaged in the publication of scientific research to comply with COPE Core Practices and establishes a high-quality standard of ethics for journal publication.

Allegations of Misconduct

The purpose of this policy is to prevent any misconduct related to research conducted for the journals and to suggest the fundamental principles and structural procedures in relation to research integrity deliberation required to ensure research ethics. 

The range of misconduct policy

Research misconduct suggested in this policy pertains to fraud and refers to data fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, and improper authorship. 

  1. "Fabrication" refers to any activity involving the creation of false information about non-existing data or findings.
  2. "Falsification" refers to the artificial manipulation of the research materials/equipment/process or random modification/deletion of data resulting in distorted research contents or research results.
  3. "Plagiarism" refers to acts of pirating others’ ideas, research contents, and research results without justifiable approvals or quotations.
  4. "Improper authorship" refers to cases where the person who has contributed to research contents or research results is scientifically and technically unqualified as an author or where someone who has not contributed to the research contents or research results scientifically and technically but has been listed as an author merely to express gratitude or courtesy
  5. Intentional acts to disturb a fraud investigation about themselves or others or acts which can be harmful to informants
  6. Unfair evaluation regarding research of others or disclosure or pirating of research ideas or research results acquired during the evaluation process.
  7. Severely aberrant acts that cannot be accepted in the community of the field of science and technology.

How does the journal address misconduct

Editors and publishers have an ethical obligation to:

  1. Support the quality and ethics of the review process (pre-publication: weed out; prevent)
  2. Ensure the correctness of the published literature (post-publication: correct; communicate)
  3. Educate (prevent)

Editors/journals have an ethical obligation to respond and to address ethical allegations that may arise about published papers or papers in review. Systems and procedures are in place for investigating and addressing situations of misconduct, including cooperation with investigations from institutions or funding bodies.

Possible sanction

When the evidence of misconduct is confirmed the following procedures are to be applied:

  1. Prior to publication (during review): The manuscript can be withdrawn from review
  2. Post-publication (literature correction) The journal may publish a Retraction, Note of Editorial Concern, Errata/Correction with the author or all authors’ signature or editorial of an appropriate statement about the situation. The paper can be “marked” in the literature
  3. Editors determine whether retract or correct after considering whether the case is fraud or an honest mistake. They consider the intent and then the extent to which the data is incorrect/misleading
  4. The author may be banned from submitting to the journal.
  5. Editors may, in some cases, provide information for other editors/publishers.
  6. Editors may publish an editorial in the journal to discuss the issue generally and raise awareness of the issue.

Authorship and Contributorship

Authors are expected to comply with the following ethical guidelines. Any infringement may lead to a retraction of the article or even ban the author from journal publication.

  1. The author’s main obligation is to deliver accurate and complete details of the research performed. The research data should contain sufficient information on the related subject.
  2. Authors should ensure the originality of their work and that neither fraud nor fabrication is involved in their manuscript.
  3. Authors should guarantee that the article has not been published previously or is not being evaluated for publication elsewhere.
  4. Authors should ensure that their works do not contain any unlawful statements and/or any comment that may violate the law.
  5. Authors are aware of and abide by the misconduct policy.

Authors listed on an article must meet all of the following criteria.

  1. Made a significant contribution to the work reported, whether that’s in the conception, study design, execution, acquisition of data, analysis and interpretation, or in all these areas.
  2. Have drafted or written, or substantially revised or critically reviewed the article.
  3. Have agreed on the journal to which the article will be submitted.
  4. Reviewed and agreed on all versions of the article before submission, during revision, the final version accepted for publication, and any significant changes introduced at the proofing stage.
  5. Agree to take responsibility and be accountable for the contents of the article and to share responsibility to resolve any questions raised about the accuracy or integrity of the published work.


  1. Editors should provide a fair judgment and consideration to all manuscripts based on its quality with no regard to race, religion, nationality, sex, seniority, or institutional affiliation of the author(s).
  2. Editors are responsible to consider all the submitted manuscripts in a reasonable time frame.
  3. Editors, with their expertise and fair judgment, are responsible to accept or reject the manuscripts. They are to build good communication with authors in regard to the manuscript’s publication. The final decision will be accompanied by the reviewer’s comment
  4. Editors shall make sure no private information of authors is included in the manuscript sent to reviewers
  5. Editors should ensure the confidentiality of the submitted manuscript and not disclose any information about the manuscript under consideration to other parties
  6. Editors are to respect the author’s request to not use certain reviewers – with a well-reasoned objection - to consider their manuscript. However, editors can decide to use one or more of these reviewers if their professional input is considered to be important for the manuscript’s publication
  7. Editors are to comply with COPE practices when considering a manuscript for publication.

Complaints and Appeals

The below procedure applies to appeals to editorial decisions, complaints about failure of processes such as long delays in handling papers and complaints about publication ethics. The complaint should in first instance be handled by the Editor in Chief responsible for the journal and/or the Editor who handled the paper. If they are the subject of the complaint please approach the publisher contact.  

Complaint about scientific content, e.g. an appeal against rejection
The Editor in Chief or Handling Editor considers the authors’ argument, the reviewer reports and decides whether (1) The decision to reject should stand (2) Another independent opinion is required, and (3) The appeal should be considered.
The complainant is informed of the decision with an explanation if appropriate. Decisions on appeals are final and new submissions take priority over appeals.

Complaint about processes, e.g. time taken to review 
The Editor in Chief together with the Handling Editor (where appropriate) and/or publisher contact (where appropriate) will investigate the matter. The complainant will be given appropriate feedback. Feedback is provided to relevant stakeholders to improve processes and procedures.

Complaint about publication ethics, e.g., researcher's author's, or reviewer's conduct
The Editor in Chief or Handling Editor follows guidelines published by the Committee on Publication Ethics. The Editor in Chief or Handling Editor may ask the publisher for advice on difficult or complicated cases. The Editor-in-Chief or Handling Editor decides on a course of action and provides feedback to the complainant. If the complainant remains dissatisfied with the handling of their complaint, he or she can submit the complaint to the Committee on Publication Ethics. 

Conflict of Interest Policy

Authors, Editors and Reviewers are expected to adhere to the following guidelines in compliance with COPE practices.

  1. Authors should clearly inform their source of financial support -institution, private, and/or corporate- for their research
  2. In case the author and editor of eJESET have a relationship which may lead to an unfair evaluation, another editor will be appointed instead.
  3. Reviewers should be aware of any appearance of conflict of interest when receiving a manuscript for evaluation and are required to promptly return the manuscript to the editor, informing the conflict of interest issue.

Data and Reproducibility

Data availability and reporting guidelines are available in the Author Guidelines section.

Ethical Oversight

All submitted articles and exchanging information involving authors and editors in eJESET will be considered confidential. Communications related to the publication process should not be disclosed on any website without prior consent from the editors.

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.

All research studies on humans (individuals, samples, or data) must have been performed in accordance with the principles stated in the Declaration of Helsinki

Prior to starting the study, ethical approval must have been obtained for all protocols from the local institutional review board (IRB) or other appropriate ethics committee to confirm the study meets national and international guidelines for research on humans. A statement to confirm this must be included within the manuscript, which must provide details of the name of the ethics committee and reference/permit numbers where available.

For non-interventional studies (e.g. surveys), where ethical approval is not required (e.g. because of national laws) or where a study has been granted an exemption by an ethics committee, this should be stated within the manuscript with a full explanation. Where a study has been granted exemption, the name of the ethics committee which provided this should also be included. However, if the researcher is in doubt, they should always seek advice from the relevant department before conducting the study.

Non-stigmatizing and non-discriminatory language should be used when describing different groups by race, ethnicity, age, disease, disability, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, etc. Human studies categorized by such groupings should include an explanation of the definitions and categories, including whether any rules of human categorization were required by the relevant funding agencies.

Ethical approval for all studies must be obtained before the research is conducted. Authors must be prepared to provide further information to the journal editorial office upon request.

Intellectual Properties


The viewpoint of articles published in eJESET are solely the authors’ and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board of the publisher


The author is responsible for acquiring permission(s) to reproduce any copyrighted figures, tables, data, or text that are being used in the submitted paper. Authors should note that text quotations of more than 250 words from a published or copyrighted work will require a grant of permission from the original publisher to reprint. The written permission letter(s) must be submitted together with the manuscript.


This journal uses Open Journal System which is a journal management and publishing software developed, supported, and distributed by the Public Knowledge Project (PKP).

Journal Management

This Journal is available online and can be accessed for free

Publication in this journal is through Article Processing Charge scheme and all published papers are available online through open access.

Peer Review Process

All papers will be critically examined by anonymous reviewer/s, selected for their competencies in the subject area of the paper. Acceptance of the paper will depend upon its scientific merit and suitability for the eJESET. A paper may be accepted in its original form, subject to revision, or rejection.

The reviewers' (and editors’) suggestions will be conveyed to the author, who will then have an opportunity to revise the paper. Please see detailed information about our Peer Review Process.

Post Publication-Discussion and Correction

The eJESET follows the guidance from COPE in regard to ethical concerns for published articles. Complaints and Appeal Editor in Chief email at editor@saintispub.com or editor.ejeset@gmail.com  is available for contact should the authors have an objection or disagreement pertaining to the publication process in eJESET. Every complaint will be acknowledged and handled to resolve the issue accordingly. In addition, articles may be retracted due to both scientific and/or ethical reasons, which can be requested by the author(s) or by the Editor. Articles that are found to be seriously flawed or violated ethical guidance from COPE will be retracted in order to correct the scientific record. The retracted article will be noticed on the journal's website alongside information regarding the reason for the retraction.


Plagiarism Screening Policy

Manuscripts submitted to this journal will be screened for plagiarism using Turnitin or iThenticate plagiarism detection tools by our editor. Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) will immediately reject manuscripts leading to plagiarism or self-plagiarism. Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) will applies a minimum standard of similarity score of the manuscript under 20% (Exclude Bibliography), and the similarity score to each source is no more than 3%. The article should be revised or rejected if the manuscript performs above 20%.

Plagiarism is the exposing of another person’s thoughts or words as though they were your own, without permission, credit, or acknowledgment, or because of failing to cite the sources properly. Plagiarism can take diverse forms, from literal copying to paraphrasing the work of another. In order to properly judge whether an author has plagiarized, we emphasize the following possible situations:

  • An author can literally copy another author’s work- by copying word by word, in whole or in part, without permission, acknowledge or citing the original source. This practice can be identified by comparing the original source and the manuscript/work who is suspected of plagiarism.
  • Substantial copying implies for an author to reproduce a substantial part of another author, without permission, acknowledge or citation. The substantial term can be understood both in terms of quality as quantity, is often used in the context of Intellectual property. Quality refers to the relative value of the copied text in proportion to the work as a whole.
  • Paraphrasing involves taking ideas, words or phrases from a source and crafting them into new sentences within the writing. This practice becomes unethical when the author does not properly cite or does not acknowledge the original work/author. This form of plagiarism is the more difficult form to be identified.


Copy Editing and Proofreading

Every manuscript accepted by Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) to be an object to Grammerly writing-enhancement program conducted by Editorial Board.


References Management

Every manuscript submitted to Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) the author should use references management software. e.g Mendeley or Zotero, etc to make it easier to set the library format requested by journal. The library format (citation format) for eJESET is APA style.

Submitted manuscript that do not use the APA style will be rejected in the initial selection process. So before submitting, please make sure that author to use the APA citation style.


Publication Frequency

Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) publishes the latest research results in the fields of Education, Social Science, Economics and Technology. The Journal is published Two times a year (April and October) and is available in open access electronic version.


Article Processing Charges

Publication Fee Policy/Author Fee (Article Processing Charges)

Every article submitted to eJESET Journal will not have any 'Article Processing Charges (APC)'. This includes submitting, peer-reviewing, editing, publishing, maintaining and archiving, and allows immediate access to the full text versions of the articles.

Since 2020-2024 Article Processing Charges (APC) are sponsored by Publishers Themselves. If one time this policy will change along with the ability of the budget possessed by the publisher, it will be imposed on each writer.

Complete Author Fee can be found here https://ejeset.saintispub.com/ejeset/about/submissions#authorFees


Correction and Retraction

In cases of serious errors that affect the article in a material way (but do not fully invalidate its results) or significantly impair the reader’s understanding or evaluation of the article, Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) will publish a correction note(s) that is linked to the published article. The published article will be left unchanged.

If Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) receives a complaint that any contribution to the Journal infringes copyright or other intellectual property rights or contains material inaccuracies, libelous materials or otherwise unlawful materials, Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) will investigate the complaint. Investigation may include a request that the parties involved substantiate their claims.

Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) will make any effort to clearly identify a retracted article as such. If an investigation is underway that might result in the retraction of an article Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) may choose to alert readers by publishing an expression of concern.

In accordance with the "Retraction Guidelines" by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) will retract a published article if:

  1. there is clear evidence that the findings are unreliable, either as a result of misconduct (e.g. data fabrication) or honest error (e.g. miscalculation); 
  2. the findings have previously been published elsewhere without proper cross-referencing, permission or justification (i.e. cases of redundant publication);
  3. it constitutes plagiarism;
  4. it reports unethical research, and;
  5. An article is retracted by publishing a retraction notice that is linked to or replaces the retracted article.


Conflict of Interest Statement

All manuscripts for Articles (Research Article), Review, Letter to Editor, Book Review, and Editorial. that are published on Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) accompanied by a conflict of interest disclosure statement or a declaration by the authors that they do not have any conflicts of interest to declare.

These includes:

  1. All financial and non-financial interests and relationships;
  2. Direct employment with a private sector entity (whether full or part-time), and service on private sector and non-profit Boards and advisory panels, whether paid or unpaid, and;
  3. All authors have participated in (a) conception and design, or analysis and interpretation of the data; (b) drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content; and (c) approval of the final version.

Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) only publish articles after the author(s) have confirmed that they have disclosed all potential conflicts of interest.


Withdrawal of Manuscripts

Withdrawal Policy

The author is not allowed to withdraw the submitted manuscripts because the withdrawal is a waste of valuable resources that editors and referees spent a great deal of time processing the submitted manuscripts, and works invested by the Publisher. However, the authors could suggest the withdrawal if there is no updated progress review information after Twelve months from our side.

Email for requesting withdrawal: editor@saintispub.com; editor.ejeset@gmail.com


Revenue Sources

The Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) publishes its content under business models Open access articles whose publication is funded by payments that are made by authors, their institution, or funding bodies, commonly known as Article Processing Charges (APCs).

As an open-access journal, which typically involves the upfront payment of an article processing charge (APC), we will also make their article immediately and freely available upon publication on eJESET, in perpetuity, with the license attached to it. APC prices are clearly displayed on journal homepages.



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Direct Marketing

Attracting high-quality submissions is critical to the success of a journal. That’s why our publishing teams work closely to increase visibility and promote the research we publish. The marketing campaigns we develop are targeted and data-driven to help our journal reach potential authors and readers and to maximize the success of our journal. In promoting the journal and publications to the public, the Electronic Journal of Education, Social Economics and Technology (eJESET) attempts to avoid actions detrimental to other parties and to avoid misleading information between prospective authors and the publishers.