Publication Ethics

  1. Review is confidential, and the researcher is not allowed to know the reviewer(s) or obtain a statement.

  2.  Authors must acknowledge that the work presented to the journal is original, and that the content transferred from other sources must be accurately documented to avoid literary and scientific theft.

  3.  The research and what is included is the responsibility of the researcher and the author of the publication. The researcher sends a request to publish in the journal a confirmation that the research has not been published or accepted for publication in a journal or scientific body or any other body. The research considers the controls of scientific origin and intellectual property rights. The researcher has the legal responsibility to obtain permission to use scientific material, which is copyrighted, and which is included in the research published in the journal which is the responsibility of the researcher (s) in full.

  4. All authors must be familiar with the submission of their papers to the Journal and agree to the main author who signs the IPR form on their behalf.