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The Journal of Al-Mayadine Al-Iktissadia (JMI) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial license (CC BY-NC 4.0).
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-Individuals may view, download, print, or save Journal content for the purposes of research and teaching.

-Any use and/or copies of this Journal in whole or in part, must include the customary bibliographic citation, and its website address.

If the article is accepted for publication in the Journal of al mayadine al iktissadia, the author must sign an agreement on  of copyright. The agreement is sent to the mail address (scanned copy) of the journal editions.

almayadine.aliktissadia@univ-alger3.dz

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Corresponding author passes the Editorial Board of the journal rights to:

- Publication of this article.

- Distribution of electronic copies for all electronic media and formats (posting on the Journal’s official web site, any e-print services and electronic databases or repositories).

By this agreement the author certifies that the submitted article:

  • The contribution is your own work
  • All individuals identified as contributors have actually contributed to the article
  • All individuals who contributed are listed
  • You have informed your fellow contributors of the terms of the Agreement and obtained their permission in writing to enter into it on their behalf
  • The contribution is submitted only to the specified journal and has not been published before.
  • You have obtained written permission from the copyright owners to reproduce any material owned by third parties, and that you have included appropriate acknowledgement within the text of your contribution.
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Authors retain all copyrights, including:

  • Make copies of the Article (all or part) for teaching purposes.
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- Personal authors’ web-resources (web-sites, web-pages, blogs, etc.);

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