Journal Policies

Core Principles of Editorial Policies

Any author submitting a paper to the Journal thereby agrees that the paper might be published in the Journal, made publicly available on the Journal’s website, or disclosed (including its references, bibliographic information, etc.) to third parties, where such disclosure is mandatory, or to any other persons to facilitate citations and enhance the citation index of the author and the Journal.

Authors are responsible for the factual information and data included in their papers.

All materials published in the Journal reflect personal views of their authors, which may or may not agree with the views of the Editor’s Office.

The decision to accept or reject the materials is made by the Editorial Board, the final decision is passed by the Editor in Chief.

The Journal offers no author’s fees for publication of papers.

The Editor’s Office may reject any papers that are not duly formatted. Papers may be rejected on the grounds of a negative review or failure by the authors to comply with the applicable legislation on copyright and related rights.

The Editor’s Office holds no debates with authors of rejected papers.

The Editor’s Office reserves the right to abridge or edit any manuscripts submitted.

Manuscripts will not be returned to their authors.

Approval for publication is based on relevance, scientific novelty, credibility and practical significance of papers presented for review.

Reviewers are required by the Editor’s Office to practice confidentiality and objectivity of their reviews and express their opinions in a clear and reasoned manner.

Authors submitting their papers to the Editor’s Office for publication are expected to deliver the following:

  • relevance of research,
  • scientific novelty of research,
  • validity and accuracy of scientific conclusions,
  • practical significance of research,
  • a list of references to the works used by the authors,
  • disclosure of any potential conflict of interest with regard to the findings and conclusions presented in the paper.