Copyright and author’s rights

Editorial Board of the journal “SocioEconomic Challenges” takes issues of scientific misconduct, copyright infringement, plagiarism or other breaches of best practice in publication very seriously and are focused on protecting the rights of the authors.

Authors (co-authors) who have submitted articles for publication in the journals must adhere to ethical principles while conducting research and writing manuscripts.

Editorial Board of the journal is responsible for the quality of the published articles, but the ethical responsibility for the content of each published article is left to the author (co-authors).

The authors (co-authors) guarantee that their manuscript is original, does not violate intellectual property rights, as well as the fact that this material has not been published anywhere before and not submitted to print in other journals.

After the manuscript has been accepted for publication in the journal, the right to reuse the materials of the article by the third parties must be confirmed in each case by written permission of the author (co-authors) – the owners of the author’s rights.

The authors (co-authors) submitting articles for publication guarantee that the work is not a violation of copyright by signing the Author’s agreement on the transfer of rights.