ISSN Online: 2790-5829
In order to improve the quality of publications and authors’ intellectual property rights and prevent unfair practices in publishing activities, the editorial board of the journal is guided by the principles of publication ethics, developed on the basis of international standards, in particular: the provisions and Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
The editorial board, authors, reviewers, publisher, as well as institutions involved in the publishing process are bound by the ethical standards, rules and regulations and take all reasonable measures to prevent violations.
The fundamental principles of journals publishing
Ethics of authorship of scientific publications
An author (or a group of authors) realizes he or she bears primary responsibility for novelty and reliability of research results which implies compliance with the following principles:
Peer review ethics
A peer reviewer conducts a scientific examination of authors' materials and therefore his actions must be impartial that means observing the following principles:
Ethics of Scientific publications editing
In its activities, the editorial office, the staff of the editorial-publishing group and the members of the editorial Board are responsible for disclosure of authors’ works, which requires compliance with the following principles:
Ethics of scientific articles publishing
In carrying out his activities the publisher is responsible for publishing authors’ works, which implies the necessity of adhering to the following principles:
Declaration on conflict of interest