Marketing and Management of Innovations

ISSN (print) – 2218-4511 

ISSN (online) – 2227-6718

Registered in the Media Registrants-Register

Identifier in the register: R30-01179 Decision dated August 31, 2023, No. 759

The language of publication is English. 

Issued 4 times a year (March, June, September, December) since 2010

Business Model: Golden Open Access | APC Policy

Editor-in-Chieff             View Editorial Board

Oleksii Lyulyov

Sumy State University | Ukraine

Plagiarism statement

The editorial board of the Journal exclusively accepts original materials and articles that have not been previously published. To ensure the integrity of submitted manuscripts, the journal employs StrikePlagiarism and iThenticate software to detect any instances of text borrowing. Plagiarism in scientific publications is considered a breach of the professional conduct norms governing the interactions among Authors, reviewers, editors, publishers, and readers, which directly contravenes the commitment to Publication Ethics.

All manuscripts submitted to the Journal of Marketing and Management of Innovations undergo plagiarism screening at two key stages:

  1. Upon the initial submission.
  2. After peer review, when the Author(s) submit the finalized manuscript.

The report of the plagiarism screening is carefully reviewed by the Managing Editor and the Editor-in-Chief. If plagiarism is identified during the review or editorial process, the affected manuscript(s) will be promptly declined. In the event that text borrowing comes to light after publication, the editorial board will conduct a comprehensive examination. The journal’s editorial office will contact the Author(s) to apprise them of the situation. If a breach of publication ethics related to plagiarism in scientific articles is substantiated, the article may be subject to retraction.

Depending on the severity of the case, the Editorial office may consider appropriate actions against the Author(s), including:

  1. Disqualifying the Author(s) from future publications.
  2. Notifying Author(s)’ funding agencies, the institutions where they are affiliated, and the original Author(s) whose work was plagiarized about the infringement.

Plagiarism complaints are handled using COPE flow charts:

  • Suspected plagiarism in a submitted manuscript.
  • Suspected plagiarism in a published manuscript.

Complaints and Appeals:

Author(s) and Reader(s) may submit their complaints or appeals to the Editor Office via email. Each complaint will be assigned a unique complaint number by the Editor Office. Author(s) and readers can use these complaint numbers for subsequent follow-up.

Handling Reports of Plagiarism:

  1. The complainant initiates contact with the Editorial Office of the journal in which the published article suspected of plagiarism is located.
  2. The complainant specifies the sections that have been plagiarized by clearly referencing both the original and suspected articles.
  3. The Editorial Office initiates an investigation, during which the journal’s editor and the corresponding Author(s) of the suspected article are contacted.
  4. The corresponding Author(s) will be requested to provide an explanation.
  5. If the Author(s) of the suspected article acknowledge the plagiarism complaint, an erratum or retraction may be necessary to rectify the situation. However, there might still be disagreements about the wording of the description.
  6. In the event of no response within the specified time or an unsatisfactory explanation, the article may be permanently retracted.


The Author(s) of each article featured in this Journal bear sole responsibility for its content. Neither the Journal of Marketing and Management of Innovations nor its editors, publisher, or any other parties involved in its creation, production, or distribution assume any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information presented in the Journal. They shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damages resulting from the use of the Journal of Marketing and Management of Innovations.