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Ethical Publishing

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Project Transfer

Taylor & Francis was the first publisher to sign up to the Project Transfer code of practice which aims to improve procedures for journals transferring between publishers. This helps publishers, librarians and subscription agents to provide an improved service to the academic community.

Publication Ethics

Taylor & Francis has a two-hundred year tradition of providing service to the international scholarly community. T&F is committed to best practice in the ethical publication of research and scholarly material. Its partnership with the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) gives its network of editors and learned societies the opportunity to draw on the expertise and resources of COPE. COPE work with scientific journal editors to help them improve their skills and the quality of their publications.

We encourage our Authors, Referees, and Journal Editors to follow the Guidelines on Publication Ethics when considering a submission to, or when dealing with papers submitted for consideration for publication in, Taylor & Francis journals. Together we can assure the integrity of the peer review process, and the integrity of articles which are published as a result of that process.

Preserving digital content

Taylor & Francis Group acknowledges that the long term preservation of its electronic content is of critical importance and that it has a significant role to play to ensure its content is available and accessible over time. Taylor & Francis Group has an archival strategy in place that provides for the deposit of its electronic source files into an acceptable non-profit third party archive, including Portico and LOCKSS, so that our content will be actively preserved and available in the event it is no longer offered by Taylor & Francis Group or a successor.