Correction & Withdrawal Policies
Article Processing Charges (APC)
Bilingual Publishing Group is committed to maintaining academic integrity and quality, we make policies for the correction and retraction of articles published. If authors find an error or inaccuracy in an article published in our journals, or need to retract an article, please refer to the following policies:
If authors discover any errors or need to make changes to an article before/after publication, authors should notify our editorial department as soon as possible. We will communicate with the author to ensure that corrections are made in a timely manner and that the least disruption to the manuscript is maintained as possible. Corrections should cover corrections limited to substantive, factual errors. We will not approve corrections that involve only the author's opinion or inference.
*All major errors will be accompanied by a separate correction notice, and Macro Management & Public Policies will: publish a separate correction notice that links back electronically to the corrected version. Conversely, minor errors that do not affect the reliability of the academic content or the reader’s understanding of the academic content will no longer be notified separately for correction. We will add a footnote to the article to inform readers that the article has been corrected.
For authors who wish to correct their names in their published work, please see our Authorship Changes.
The editors of Bilingual Publishing Group are responsible for ensuring the academic integrity of the articles published in the journal. Therefore, in cases of misconduct, the journal editorial department will retract articles when necessary.
Considering the amount of time spent by editors and reviewers on handling the manuscript, we have formulated the policy for authors to withdraw requests, as follows:
Once the manuscript is submitted to a journal, it represents that the author has carefully decided to publish the manuscript in our journal. If the author needs to withdraw the article submitted to the journal but not published for any reason, the author needs to submit a formal request to the editorial department of the journal:
The authors or editor will consider retraction the article in the following cases:
We hope that the policy will provide better safeguards for authors and readers to ensure the quality and reliability of scholarly journals. Article retraction decisions will be made by the COPE Retraction Guidelines. Standards for dealing with retractions have been developed by several library and scholarly bodies, and this practice has been adopted for article retraction by Bilingual Publishing Group:
Authors should note that if their accepted papers or articles in the publication are retracted for academic misconduct and ethical violations in research and publication, the article processing fee paid will not be refunded.
The policy is not exhaustive, and the decision to retract a retraction publication will be made at the discretion of the managing editor to safeguard the journal's academic reputation and publication standards.
In rare cases, Macro Management & Public Policies may need to remove articles from the online platforms. This will only be considered in the following cases:
-The article is defamatory, violates the privacy of others or other legal rights;
-Violation of a certain professional ethics or other illegal circumstances.
Macro Management & Public Policies will consider concern detailing the focus and ongoing actions, if:
-Inconclusive evidence of author research or publication misconduct
-The results of this publication have not been completed and due to various complexities, the investigation will not be completed for a considerable period of time
All corrections, retractions, and concerns are freely accessible at the time of publication.