Друкеровский вестник

Drukerovskij vestnik

ISSN 2312-6469 (Print)

Publication ethics of a journal

EASE guidelines

Editorial policy (download)

Editorial policy

        It is necessary that all parties participating in the act of the publication (the author, coauthors, the editor of the magazine, the reviewer and the publisher), agreed with the following provisions. Ours the provision on ethics of publications is based on http://www.ease.org.uk/sites/default/files/ease_guidelines-june2014-english.pdf. Coauthors of scientific publications bear a joint liability for the maintenance of a content of the published material.

Aims of journal

       Our magazine to seek to make a contribution to development of economic science, to create a creative platform for discussions of the Russian and foreign authors, having concentrated attention on actual problems of theoretical and methodological fundamentals of management science.

       To render assistance to young scientists, graduate students and undergraduates in formation of their scientific qualification and understanding of responsibility for a contribution to development of economic science.


Decision on the publication

       The editor of the magazine makes the decision on what manuscripts can be published.  The editor can be guided by policy of an editorial board of the magazine, acts, the international declarations on scientific ethics, criteria of copyright and plagiarism.  For decision-making the editor can consult to other editors or reviewers.

Objectivity of consideration

       The editor always estimates manuscripts only according to their contents without racial accessory, a floor, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, an ethnic origin, nationality or political convictions of the author.


       The editor and all structure of an editorial board shouldn't disclose information on the sent manuscript to anybody, except the author, potential reviewers, editorial consultants and the publisher, observing copyright of unpublished materials.

 Disclosure of information and conflict of interests

       Information containing in unpublished manuscripts, shouldn't be used in works of the editor without written consent of the author.



Contribution to the solution of edition

       Expert estimates of reviewers help the editor with decision-making according to the publication of this or that material. Editorial interaction with the author also can increase quality of the contents of manuscripts.


       Any reviewer who feels insufficiency of own qualification for reviewing of the research presented in the manuscript, or knows that won't be able to write the review to short terms, has to notify on it the editor and refuse reviewing.


       Any manuscripts received for consideration, have to be considered as confidential documents. They have to be shown or discussed with strangers only with the permission of the editor.

Objectivity standards

       Reviewing has to be objective.  The personal criticism of the author is inadmissible.  Reviewers have to express accurately the opinion and provide the argument.

Obligation of links

       Reviewers have to define the works close on scope of considered research, but not mentioned by the author. Any statement that some supervision, the conclusion or argument of the manuscript are already considered in literature, has to be accompanied by actual links. The reviewer is also obliged to inform the author on similarity or overlapping existence between the considered and other published work, to the known editor.

Disclosure of information and conflict of interests

       The classified information or the ideas received in the course of an expert assessment shouldn't be disclosed or traded on. Reviewers shouldn't estimate the manuscript which contents enter the conflict to their activity as a result of competitive, partner or other relations at least with one author, the company or the organization, concerning to the manuscript.


Duties of AUTHORS

Observance of style of preparation of article

       Authors of article have to submit the authentic description of the executed research, and also an objective assessment of its importance. Specification has to be precisely presented in work. Article has to contain the actual and reference information in volume, sufficient in order that the presented research could be reproduced. Providing false or consciously inexact information is considered as unethical behavior and is unacceptable.

Ensuring access and information reuse

       For reviewing authors are offered to provide basic data which have to be ready whenever possible to the open publication (according to regulations of Association of scientific and professional publishing organizations according to data and databases) together with the manuscript. Authors are offered to keep initial information for the researches during reasonable term after the publication.

Originality and plagiarism

       Authors undertake to guarantee originality of own works and in case the author provides someone else's statements or results of researches, for these works references have to be given.

Multiple or parallel publications

       The author shouldn't publish result of work more than in one magazine. Simultaneous submission of the manuscript in two and more magazines is considered as unethical behavior and is unacceptable.

Obligation of links

       All borrowed materials in the manuscript have to contain references to authors. Authors undertake to give references to researches which defined the direction and nature of their work. Is inadmissible to give references to sources which are inaccessible or it is limited available, such as newspaper articles, abstracts, theses.

Authorship of articles

       The list of authors has to be limited by those who made an essential contribution to the concept, realization and work contents. The participants who have made a smaller contribution, have to be specified as coauthors. If there are the persons which have made an essential contribution to separate stages of work, they have to be mentioned as the persons which have made a contribution. The representative of a group of authors undertakes to show the final version of article to all participants of its creation and to receive their consent with an assessment of their contribution to work.

Disclosure of information and conflict of interests

       All authors have to hide information concerning financial or any other conflicts of interests which could influence interpretation of results of their research in the manuscript. All sources of financial support of work have to be hidden.

Fundamental mistakes in the published works

       If the author finds an essential mistake in the published work, he has to notify in the shortest terms the editor or the publisher of the magazine and to help the editor to correct or remove article.