Regulations on publishing ethics
1. Editorial office responsibility
The decision regarding acceptance of the articles
The decision of the editorial office regarding acceptance of the articles is based on the conclusion of the independent reviewer and analysis of the article concordance to the publication requirements.
Thejournaleditorialofficemayrejectarticleorreturnitforfurtherimprovement, if it doesn’t correspond to the requirements. The editorial office doesn’t accept the articles which have been earlier published in other editions.
The editorial board evaluates the received articles only according to their content and correctness of the registration, independent of ethnicity, gender, religion, political views, citizenship, scientific status of the author.
The editorial office doesn’t provide information about acceptance or rejection of the article to anybody except author (co-authors) and reviewers. The editorial office doesn’t open the personal data of the authors, except those provided for publication in the journal.
The editorial office rejects publication and informs author (co-authors) accordingly in case of plagiarism found in the article. Such an article won’t be considered for publication afterwards, even if the author corrects it.
Conflict of interests
The editorial office is acting according to the statement of the Committee of Publication Ethics regarding scientific articles rejection, when rejection of the article is considered. The members of the editorial board may not use unpublished materials sent to the editorial office for their own investigations.
2. Responsibility of the reviewers
Participance in the editorial office decisions
The reviewer helps editorial office in the decisions regarding publication acceptance or rejection. Besides, the reviewer helps author to improve the work.
The procedure of the reviewing is confidential. The reviewer provides conclusion only to the editorial office.
The reviewing procedure is oriented at maximally objective evaluation of the scientific work content. The personal critics of the authors is impermissible. The reviewers should provide their point of view clear, with constructive remarks and advices.
In case of plagiarism detected the reviewer should inform the editorial board members.
Conflict of interest
The reviewers may not use the unpublished materials sent to the editorial office for reviewing, for their own investigations.
3. The responsibility of the authors
Credibility of information
The authors should present results of their own studies according to the requirements to the articles, clearly consecutively, with necessary references to other scientific works used. The usage of false and unprecise data is considered as publication ethics misconduct.
Authenticity and plagiarism
The authors should guarantee credibility of data provided in their articles. While using the data of other scientists the authors should make references to their studies.
Multiple publication of one article
It is forbidden to submit article which was earlier published.
Authorship of the article
The co-authors of the article are those who played a significant role in the performance of investigation, materials of which are presented in the article. All co-authors should receive and agree the final version of the article. The participance of every author should be noted at the end of the article.
Conflict of interests
The authors should provide information regarding availability or absence of the conflict of interest at the end of the article.