The editorial board actively engages leading international scholars in the process of reviewing articles.
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Policy of identification and consideration of information or complaints about violation of the requirements of the Procedure for the formation of the List of scientific professional publications of Ukraine, as well as elimination of such violations
The editorial office of the publication periodically conducts independent monitoring of the publication for compliance with the requirements of the Procedure for the formation of the List of scientific professional publications of Ukraine (hereinafter referred to as the Procedure) in order to identify inconsistencies or shortcomings, as well as their further elimination
A report on a violation of the requirements of the Procedure is considered in the case when it is submitted to the official e-mail indicated on the website of the publication, indicating a specific violation and its argumentation.
Based on a reasoned report of a violation, the editorial office conducts an investigation to clarify all the circumstances of the violation or lack thereof
If in the course of the investigation the fact of violation is revealed, measures are taken to eliminate it
Measures to eliminate violations are carried out in accordance with the identified violations. If the violation is due to the lack of necessary information about the publication, the violation is eliminated by adding it. If the violation concerns one of the publications of the publication, then the violation is eliminated in accordance with the Publication Ethics of the publication
All authors are required to disclose (declare in the relevant section of the manuscript) financial or other apparent or potential conflicts of interest that may be perceived as having affected the results or conclusions presented in the work.
Examples of potential conflicts of interest to be disclosed:
- Receiving a financial reward for participating in the study or writing a manuscript;
- any connection (contract work, consulting, availability of shareholder property, obtaining fees, providing expert opinions) with organizations having a direct interest in the subject of the research or review;
- a patent application or registration of a patent for research results (copyright, etc.);
- obtaining financial support for any stage of research or writing a manuscript (including grants and other financial security).
- Explicit and potential conflicts of interest should be disclosed as early as possible.
Information on conflicts of interest received from the authors of the manuscripts is not provided to reviewers and is available only to the editorial board when deciding whether to publish the manuscript. Also information about conflicts of interest is published in the full text of the article.