Publication ethics for the «Crede Experto» participants

The Editor in Chief, Advisory Board and Editorials of the international information and analytic journal «Crede Experto» accept the norms fixed by the Code of Publication Ethics and control their keeping by all the participants of a publishing process.

The Editor in Chief, Advisory Board and Editorials are guided, in particular, by the principles devised by COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) as well as the experience of leading international journals and publishers. The actual content of the Code of Publication Ethics is available on the official website

All the participants of the publishing process «Crede Experto» including reviewers and authors should be tolerant to each other. Therefore, Editorials of the journal «Crede Experto» follow the following ethical principles:

Ethical principles of the Editor in Chief, Advisory Board and Editorials

The Editor in Chief, Advisory Board and Editorials of the journal «Crede Experto» are responsible to decide if articles are submitted for reviewing. Editorials should assess the content of the articles regardless of the nationality, race, religious or political beliefs of the author. They are forbidden to disclose any information about submitted articles to anyone except the author. The Editor in Chief, reviewers, Advisory Board and Editorials ensure maximum clearness of the publishing process, inform authors about a process of preparing their manuscripts for publishing; regulate the editorial conflicts of interests and guarantee absolute information confidentiality. Unpublished materials are forbidden for personal use of the reviewer and can not be given to anybody without an author’s written permission.

Ethical principles of reviewers

The review is a document on the basis of which the Editorial Board takes a decision on the acceptance or rejection of the article. Reviewers must strictly keep the rules of the journal publishing policy; be objective in evaluating the quality of the article (urgency, novelty, originality, information accuracy etx.), control the citation correctness, keep the reviewing terms of the articles and maintain information privacy. If the reviewer has any significant remarks on the article, he should immediately put them in a form of comments and, in agreement with the Editorial Board, send back to the author for rewriting. The criticism of the author is not allowed.

Ethical principles of authors

Articles applied for publication in the journal «Crede Experto» should be done in a full compliance with the editorial requirements. Articles are accepted for publication only if they haven’t been previously published or are not scheduled for publication in other scientific editions. If the were published previously, the Editorial Board has the right to deny the author to the further cooperation. Plagiarism (wilful authorship appropriation) and incorrect rehashing are not allowed. They can be an argument for a manuscript rejection. To avoid plagiarism the author should be accurate in making citations and bibliographic references. Self-plagiarism is another example of the publication ethics breach. Any kind of replication of the article or its parts is not permitted. The article should include only original scientific data. If the author finds out any mismatches in his manuscript, he should immediately inform the Editorial Board.

According to the editorial policy of the journal «Crede Experto» plagiarism, incorrect rehashing, using of other person work elements as well as self-plagiarism aren’t allowed.