Copyright and authors` rights


Editorial Board of the journal “Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks” 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.

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.

“Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks” journal publishes all articles under the Creative Commons Attribution License and uses the latest version of the CC BY license, which grants authors the most extensive rights. Anyone may download, copy and read the paper for free. In addition, the article may be reused and quoted provided that the original published version is cited.

Articles on a high professional level have the priority during the review and publication.

One author can publish (either alone or in collaboration) no more than 2 articles per year, usually through an issue.

By submitting material for publication, the authors automatically agree with the assignment of copyright form.

All papers submitted for publication will be reviewed in several stages:

  1. Materials are checked for compliance with the journal subject and to requirements.
  2. Articles are checked for availability of plagiarism.
  3. After formal verification materials are sent to a reviewer. Our journal has the ‘double-blind’ system. This means the author and the referee do not know each other.
  4. According to refereeing the reviewer can give the recommendation to publish an article, sent for revision (with the repeated review or without it), refuse publication due to significant deficiencies materials (with the right to re-submit or without it).
  5. After confirming that the article is accepted for publication, the author is informed payment publication details.

Attention! Payment is made only after confirmation of acceptance of an article to be published.

Schedule of numbers:

№1 – March;

№2 – June;

№3 – September;

№4 – December.