The editorial Board adheres to the following rules support ethics:
• strict adherence to the basic principles of the publication: scientific
character, objectivity, professionalism, information support of the most
important and innovative research;
• the unconditional loyalty of all actors in the creative process involved
in creating the journal;
• wide application double-blind peer review, the involvement of competent,
• the implementation of the standing Advisory work with the authors to
implement the requirements of the international databases SCOPUS and Web of
Science to the design and content of materials submitted for publication;
The editorial Board is guided by the following documents:
• Code of conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors –
• Publishing Ethics, Publishing Ethics Resource Kit –
• The Budapest Declaration of open access to peer-reviewed scientific
publications and research –
Budapest Open Access
• Berlin Declaration on open access to scientific and humanitarian knowledge
Berlin Declaration on
Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities.
• Recommendations of the Project
of promoting academic virtues in Ukraine
Editorial ethics – a set of rules that govern the relationship of members of
the editorial Board and external reviewers and authors on publications.
All submitted articles are carefully selected and reviewed. The editorial
Board reserves the right to reject an article or return it for revision. The
author is obliged to finalize the article according to remarks of reviewers
or editorial Board.
The editor takes the decision to publish submitted works. The editor is
guided by the journal's policy and is based on academic values and insights
of the reviewers. Editor clings to modern provisions on libel, copyright
infringement and plagiarism. The editor has the right to make decisions in
agreement with the reviewers or editorial Board members.
The editor should not use unpublished information in his own research
without the written consent of the author. The editorial office should take
appropriate reasonable measures when ethical complaints have been filed
regarding the submitted manuscript or published document.
The editor evaluates the manuscript regardless of previous merit, race,
ethnic origin, sex, religion, nationality, sexual orientation or political
philosophy of the authors.
The editors and the editorial board do not disclose any information about
the submitted manuscript (author (s), topic, text, etc.) to anyone other
than the author himself, (potential) reviewers and publisher, if necessary.
The question of authorship
When submitting materials for publication in the journal, the authors agree
that in case of acceptance of materials for publication can be posted in
electronic databases and is licensed under
the Creative Commons Attribution
— Noncommercial 4.0 international. In the text of the work itself should be
fully presented to the external information in the form of lists of sources
(including personal previously published work of the authors). The authors
are required to properly arrange borrowings in the form of quotes or
references. Any form of plagiarism will not be tolerated.
Disclosure and conflict of interest
Unpublished materials disclosed in a submitted paper should not be used in
any study editor, reviewers, or any other informed person without the
written consent of the authors. Privileged information or arguments obtained
by expert examination shall be kept confidential and will not be used for
personal or third party benefits. Editor and member of the editorial Board
should be exempt from the duties of the consideration of manuscripts in case
of any conflicts of interest in the result of the General, competitive, or
other relationships or connections with any of the authors,
companies/institutions related to the manuscripts. The editor should require
all contributors to disclose relevant competing interests. In case of
identification of competing interests after the publication of the
correction shall be published. Refusal or expression of concern may be
published if necessary.
The editorial staff must:
• to adhere to good and proper relations to the author and his scientific
orientation, to keep editorial secrecy, not to allow bad faith in the
processing of materials;
• don't fix the author's text, to agree with the authors of the final
version of the text after making editorial changes;
• to avoid the publication of materials unless they have scientific value,
not corresponding to the profile of the journal, contrary to its editorial
policies and there is good reason to believe that they contain plagiarism or
have been previously published in other journals;
• to ensure an objective and competent reviewers, the practice of
Reviewers are required to:
• to adhere to the deadline by the editorial Board reviewed;
• to treat the reviewed manuscript as a confidential document, do not
provide it to other persons; written reviews should also be sensitive;
• do not use unpublished data from the manuscript;
• to provide objective, reasoned and correct assessment of the research.
The authors are obliged:
• to provide novelty, authenticity and originality of the research findings
and all materials of other authors to get precise guidance of these authors
and primary sources;
• to avoid excessive borrowing and plagiarism in any form; to prevent the
plagiarism, to ensure that the article is exclusive material and has not
been previously published or offered to another publication;
• to participate in the review process.
Originality and Plagiarism
Authors should ensure that submitted manuscript:
• describes completely original work;
• not plagiarism;
• not been published elsewhere in any language;
• Specifies an appropriate quote or quotation, if the authors have used the
work and / or words of others.
You need to adhere to relevant copyright laws and conditions. Copyright
material (e.g. tables, figures or extended quotations) should be reproduced
only with appropriate permission and acknowledgement.
Multiple, redundant or concurrent publication
The author should not publish manuscripts describing essentially the same
research in multiple journals or primary publications. The submission of the
same manuscript to several journals at the same time constitutes unethical
publishing behavior and is unacceptable.
Acknowledgement of sources
The authors will submit only entirely original works, and always should be
the appropriate confirmation of other works. Authors should cite
publications that have influenced the definition of the nature of the
Disclosure and conflicts of interest
All authors should disclose in the manuscript any financial or other
substantive conflict of interest that might be construed as influencing the
results or interpretation of their manuscript. All sources of financial
support for the project should be disclosed.
Neither the editors nor the editorial Board are not responsible for authors
expressed opinions, views and content of the published manuscripts in the
journal. The originality, proofreading of manuscripts and errors are the
sole responsibility of the individual authors.
All manuscripts submitted for viewing and publication in the journal are
subject to double blind examinations of authenticity, ethical issues, and
useful contributions. The decision of the reviewers is the only tool for
publication in the journal and will be final.