Category - Responsabilities of Authors

Responsabilities of Authors

Respecting Confidentiality

In general, Expert Journals recommend that authors, who seek to publish private information and images of individuals, should obtain the individual’s explicit consent in order to avoid privacy issues.

Responsabilities of Authors

Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest

When authors submit a manuscript, they should disclose any conflicts of interests, such as financial and personal relationships that might bias their work. To prevent ambiguity, authors must state explicitly whether potential conflicts do or do not exist.

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Self-Plagiarism or Text Recycling

Every paper that has an influence on the current empirical or theoretical manuscript sent to Expert Journals should be referenced and cited accordingly. Nonetheless, it is acceptable for research to be repeated if it leads to different and new analyses, perspectives or comparisons with existing data.

Responsabilities of Authors

Originality and Plagiarism

Please take note that we examine all submitted papers for plagiarism and check for resemblances and similitudes to existing published papers. Articles that denote any form of plagiarism are rejected.

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Reporting Standards

A paper should contain sufficient detail and references to permit others to replicate the work. Fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical behavior and are unacceptable.

Responsabilities of Authors

Basic Principles

Authors who submit manuscripts to Expert Journals warrant the following aspects:

The manuscript reflects original work;
The sent paper should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
The manuscript does not include derogatory, defamatory or unlawful statements;
Authors should appropriately cite and quote any influential publication or work of other authors.