Aims and scope
The Journal of Academic Ethics is a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, peer reviewed journal which examines all ethical issues which arise within the scope of university purposes. The journal publishes original research in the ethics of research production and publication; teaching and student relations; leadership; management and governance. The journal offers sustained inquiry into such topics as the ethics of university strategic directions; ethical investments; sustainability practices; the responsible conduct of research and teaching; collegiality and faculty relations; and the appropriate models of ethical and accountable governance for universities in the 21st century.
In addition to original research and review articles, the journal publishes occasional opinion articles and book reviews.
Primary research or secondary analysis of primary research request a minimum of two peer reviewers and follow external peer-review according to the journal’s editorial procedures as described here Further details on how reviewers are selected can be found here