Journal Ethics Policy

Ethics Policy

The editorial policy aimed at ethical norms accepted by the international scientific community.

Activity Editorial Board in this direction based on the recommendations of the Committee on Publishing Ethics (Committee on Publication Ethics), as well as valuable experience in reputable international journals and publishing houses.

An important condition for acceptance of articles for publication is the availability of new original research results that had previously never published.

If the material has been previously published, the author must provide the wording of bibliographic references about previous publications and relevance of publications to justify a new version, explaining the nature of additions and changes made to the latest version of the article.

Any controversial issues (financial, academic, personal, etc.). Carefully considered members of the editorial board. In the case of confirmation of suspicions relating to the possible plagiarism or falsification of Article unequivocally rejected.

The Journal allows the authors to retain publishing rights and to hold the copyright without restriction.

All relationships with publishing ethics issues that arise between authors and the editorial board and not regulated by this document, generally regulated by international standards COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics).

It is extremely important that the data published is accurate and you can trust it. The publication involves many parties, each of which plays an important role in achieving its goals. Therefore, all authors, editors, reviewers, publishers and journal owners are responsible for adhering to ethical standards at all stages of their participation in the submission of manuscripts and their subsequent publication in the publication.

General duties and responsibilities of the parties

  • Duties and responsibilities of Editorial Board
  • Cooperation with Reviewers
  • Cooperation with Authors
  • Cooperation with Readers
  • Cooperation with Editors

Authorship Issues and Conflicts of Interest 

  • Definition of authorship
  • Conflict situations and their solutions
  • Identification of unethical behaviour:
    • Investigation
    • Minor improprieties
    • Serious improprieties
    • Results

Information Management

  • Open access policy
  • Intellectual Property
  • Plagiarism
  • Plagiarism prevention policy
  • Content Licensing
  • Privacy Statement
  • Data storage and archiving