Author Rights FAQ
Why does the Journal request transefer of
As the contributor, author retain rights for a number of his uses for which
he need not to obtain specific permission from
JREIM. These Include:
right to expand the research paper / article into book for publication.
right to include the article in a thesis or dissertation provided that
this is not published commercially.
has rights to any process or procedure described in the
research paper / article or
Patent and trademark rights .
has a right to use this article or its any part, in a printed
compilation of works of their own, free of charge like collected
writings or lecture notes.
has right to re-use parts of the research paper / article in other works, provided that
the new work is not to be published commercially.
has the right to post the article / research paper within your employers or
right to present the article at a meeting or conference and to hand
copies of the paper to the delegates attending the conference.
right to publish a different or extended version of the paper so long
as it is sufficiently new to be considered a new work.
right to photocopy or make single electronic copies of the research
personal use, including for their own classroom use, provided these
copies are not used commercially.
needs specific written permission to post the article as published in
JREIM on a public server.
Any other uses by authors should be authorized by JREIM, and authors are
encouraged to let the publisher know of any particular needs or
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does the Journal request transfer of copyright?
To make the user of article to believe that it is the final peer
reviewed work as approved and published. The Journal wants to retain
exclusive distribution right, for all media.
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