Publication Ethics

Publication and authorship

  1. Articles must contain bibliographical footnotes (at least 15) and a final bibliography (at least 10 references to books, studies, articles and other relevant sources);
  2. Each paper submitted for publication will be verified in terms of plagiarism and fraudulent data;
  3. The author assumes not propose to publish the same article in another publication, the definitive answer to the Editor.

Author’s responsibilities:

  1. Authors are required to participate in peer-review process, according to the algorithm presented separately. They shall undertake to carry out the required corrections and deepening research as reviewers concludes;
  2. All authors have significantly contributed to the research (at least 20% of research economy);

Peer review/responsibility for the reviewers:

  1. The Editorial committee will ensure that reviewers are not in conflict of interest with the subject expertise, the authors of the research or research funders;
  2. During the peer-review process, reviewers will not know the identity of the authors – and the authors will not know the identity of the experts;

Editorial responsibilities:

  1. Editors have complete responsibility and authority to reject/accept an article. Editors should have no conflict of interest with respect to articles they reject/accept;
  2. For errors identified in the peer-review, it will require correction or retraction;
  3. Editors are responsible for keeping identity anonymous experts and authors on peer-review process;

Publishing ethics principles:

  1. The Chief-editor is responsible for monitoring and maintaining the ethical integrity Editorial Board’s composition and work; same regarding the Scientific Board;
  2. It will follow the implementation of the financial needs of the publication does not affect intellectual and ethical standards
  3. Editor assumes publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies when necessary;