The process of reviewing scientific articles is an important stage in the publication process, which helps the editor-in-chief decide on the publication of the article, and the author himself – improve the manuscript.
Journals “Business Ethics and Leadership”, “SocioEconomic Challenges” and “Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks” have a system of double-blind peer review. This means that reviewers and authors remain anonymous.
The main criteria for articles selection are originality of scientific ideas and proposals, innovation of the scientific approach, significance of scientific results in its scientific field, theoretical basis of the article, quality and completeness of the review of existing research and publications, clarity of the research methodology, literacy and adherence to editorial requirements.
Manuscripts for review are sent to reviewers of the journal according to the field of their scientific interests.
Reviewers give one of the following recommendations:
The review reports with comments are sent to the authors.
Editorial Board makes the final decision about the submitted manuscripts.
The author receives comments and recommendations on improving the material submitted to the e-mail. The article review process lasts about 2 months.
The ideas and offers, stated in articles, not necessarily coincide with the point of view of the Editorial Board. The responsibility for reliability of the information in articles, accuracy of the titles, statistical data, names and citations is carried by the authors.
Each article before it is printed, is being tested for plagiarism with the help of Unicheck software products. In cases of plagiarism detection, the authors of the materials provided are considered responsible.
Materials submitted for publication in the journals “Business Ethics and Leadership”, “SocioEconomic Challenges” and “Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks” can not be published in other scientific publications.