Editorial Ethics

  1. The Editorial Board is responsible for the publication.
  2. All materials submitted for publication are carefully selected and reviewed. The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject the article or to return it for further revision. The author is obliged to revise the article according to the comments of the reviewers or editorial board.
  3. The editorial board shall, without prejudice, examine all manuscripts submitted for publication, evaluating each article appropriately, regardless of race, religion, nationality, or the position or place of work of the author (s). The editorial board makes fair and impartial decisions, independent of commercial or other interests, and ensures a fair review process.
  4. The editorial board may reject the manuscript without peer review if it considers that the work does not fit the journal's profile.
  5. The editorial board of the magazine opposes falsification, plagiarism, sending the author of one work in several journals, repeatedly copying the content of the article in different works, misleading the public about the authors' real contribution to the publication.
  6. The editor and the editorial staff shall not provide other persons with information related to the content of the manuscript under consideration other than those involved in the professional evaluation of the manuscript. After a positive decision by the editor, the article is published in a journal and published on the appropriate electronic resources.
  7. In accordance with international law, the copyright of electronic information resources, materials of a site, electronic journal or project may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form (electronic or printed) without the prior written consent of the editorial staff. When using published material in the context of other documents, a reference to the source is required.
  8. Prevention of unlawful publications is the responsibility of every author, editor, reviewer, publisher and organization.