Publication Ethics Policy

Editorial board of the journal, the authors and reviewers of the papers shall observe high professional and ethical standards. 

Plagiarism, i.e. presentation of the text of someone else’s of publication, research methodology, or idea as if it were the author’s own, presentation of empirical data that have already been introduced into the scientific circulation as if they were newly found, failure to refer to the literature used, shall be prohibited. The journal has the right to reject submitted papers suspected of plagiarism at any stage of the assessment process.

Authors and reviewers of submitted papers shall disclose any conflicts of interest capable of influencing research results or their interpretation, including the sources of funding of research and preparation of the paper (if applicable).