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Corrections and retractions


Management journal will issue corrections or other post-publication updates when there are concerns about published content. Editorial teams believes it is our responsibility to inform readers of any possible changes that may occur to published articles. However, we would like to mention that in the Management journal publishing procedure, before publishing the article, the corresponding author receives the version of the article for review. Bearing in mind the above provision, the authors are kindly asked to thoroughly check all relevant elements of the article. Nevertheless, in the event of significant errors identified at a later date, editorial teams undertakes to inform its readers of changes to the published articles.


A corrigendum refers to a change in a published article, that the authors consider of critical impact. In order to correct an article, the author(s) should contact the editorial office and provide the reason for the correction. Editorial teams stipulates that the journal editors are responsible for the final rectification decision. Typical examples of a request for rectification are:
  • errors in table numbers or figures – given that they do not alter the conclusions of the article,
  • errors in statistical data that do not alter the conclusions of the article,
  • when the list of authors needs to be updated or in case authors have been omitted or mistakenly accredited.
  • reference lists that need to be updated or in case authors have omitted to cite material used during their research.

When proceeding with corrigenda, the original uncorrected articles remain in place, with an additional note stating that the articles have further corrections and the corresponding DOI numbers.


An errata is published when there are significant errors in the article that play a significant role in the understanding or meaning of the article. Editorial board, through the application of the quality policy, aims to eliminate such situations. However, if this type of error occurs after the article has been published, Authors may contact the editorial office and request that the errata be published. When dealing with errata, the original, unadjusted articles remain in place, with the additional note that the articles have further corrections and corresponding DOI numbers.
Typographical errors that do not alter the meaning of the articles are not considered as significant reasons to proceed with errata or corrigenda.
ISSN:1429-9321 (1997-2019)