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Publication Ethics & Publication Malpractice


Cimmeria Publishing House is strongly against any form of unethical behavior or plagiarism. To prevent any such malpractices is one of our most important responsibilities. We accept and behave in accordance with the codes of conduct and international standards established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), which can be accessed free of charge on its website (http://publicationethics.org).

Please draw your attention to the following ethical norms promoted by Cimmeria Publishing House:

• We do not publish information about material which is suspected as looted.
• We accept only original submissions that have not been published elsewhere. The author shall inform the editors if the same manuscript is being considered for publication elsewhere, or if a different version of the same is in press. As well, the author shall inform the editor where this manuscript has been already published. You will need to confirm the fact that your submission has not been yet published anywhere when filling in the Declaration&Submission Form.
• The editorial board draws your attention to the fact that any submitted material or publication to be reviewed are strongly confidential. Neither the board, nor the editors, nor the peer-reviewers shall use any unpublished material for personal or any other purposes. You may learn about submission rules, processing and reviewing procedures in the respective sections below.
• We insistently ask you to inform us about any sources of funding to your research, to avoid any possible conflict.
• Authorship shall concern only those individuals who made a significant contribution towards development of the concept, drafting, implementation and interpretation of the submitted research. All significant contributors should be listed as co-authors. The author shall assure that the list of co-authors includes all important contributors and excludes anyone uninvolved. Also, the author shall take care that all co-authors approve the final version of the manuscript and agreed to submit it for publication.
• We urge all authors to observe scholarly ethics in your papers that contain critics to your colleagues. Otherwise, the editors shall reserve the right to reject any such submission or correct its style.
• While reviewing, the Cimmeria Publishing House’s main concern is whether the academic value, clarity of narration and adherence to academic ethics is observed in these submissions. We ensure that all received manuscripts shall be treated without regard to sex, gender, age, race, religion, citizenship, etc. of the author.