Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement
All submitted papers are subject to
strict peer-review process by at least
two international reviewers that are
experts in the area of the particular
The factors that are taken into account
in review are relevance, soundness,
significance, originality, readability
The possible decisions include
acceptance, acceptance with revisions,
If authors are encouraged to revise and
resubmit a submission, there is no
guarantee that the revised submission
will be accepted.
Rejected articles will not be
Articles may be rejected without review
if they are obviously not suitable for
The paper acceptance is constrained by
such legal requirements as shall then be
in force regarding libel, copyright
infringement and plagiarism.
The reviewers evaluate manuscripts for
their intellectual content without
regard to race, gender, sexual
orientation, religious belief, ethnic
origin, citizenship, or political
philosophy of the authors.
The staff must not disclose any
information about a submitted manuscript
to anyone other than the corresponding
author, reviewers, other editorial
advisers, and the publisher, as
Reviews should be conducted objectively.
Personal criticism of the author is
inappropriate. Referees should express
their views clearly with supporting
Peer review assists the publisher in
making editorial decisions and through
the editorial communications with the
experts form the scientific board ant
the author may also assist the author in
improving the paper.
Manuscripts received for review are
treated as confidential documents and
are reviewed by anonymous staff.
A reviewer should also call to the
publisher's attention any substantial
similarity or overlap between the
manuscript under consideration and any
other published paper of which they have
Authors of contributions and studies
research should present an accurate
account of the work performed as well as
an objective discussion of its
A paper should contain sufficient detail
and references to permit others to
replicate the work. Fraudulent or
knowingly inaccurate statements
constitute unethical behavior and are
The authors should ensure that they have
written entirely original works, and if
the authors have used the work and/or
words of others that this has been
appropriately cited or quoted.
Submitting the same manuscript to more
than one publication concurrently
constitutes unethical publishing
behaviour and is unacceptable.
Authorship should be limited to those
who have made a significant contribution
to the conception, design, execution, or
interpretation of the reported study.
All sources of financial support for the
project should be disclosed.