South East Asia: Actual Problems of Development
[Yugo-Vostochnaya Azia: aktualnye problemy razvitiya] ISSN 2072-8271
The editorial board of the "Southeast Asia: Actual Problems of Development" is guided by the provisions of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) (https://publicationethics.org/resources/guidelines), developed on the basis of international standards.
The editorial board of the journal observes and guarantees observance of the ethics of authorship, reviewing, editing and publishing scientific publications.
The main provisions of the "Ethics of authorship of scientific publications" imply that the author / collective of authors are responsible for the reliability of the results of scientific research and its novelty. All borrowings must be properly drawn up (a reference to the author and the source). All articles under review are subject to verification through the "Anti-plagiarism" system. It is not allowed to submit an article sent for consideration to another publication, as well as an article published earlier. When submitting a manuscript for reviewing, the author must necessarily disclose possible conflicts of interest, and he must also indicate sources of financial support for the work. If an error is found in the article submitted for publication, the author is obliged to notify the editorial office thereof. If an error is detected by third parties, the author must either eliminate the error or prove that it is not there.
Authors are obliged to observe the copyright norms.
The main provision of the "Ethics of Reviewing Scientific Publication" is based on the fact that, in the scientific examination of manuscripts, the reviewer must be guided by the principles of impartiality, namely: to respect confidentiality (inadmissibility of information transfer to third parties), to be objective and to substantiate his assessment, criticism of a personal nature is unacceptable in work editor. The editor does not have the right to use any information (unpublished) for personal purposes. If there is a conflict of interest, the reviewer is obliged to notify the editorial office thereof. In the event of a mismatch between the reviewer's specialization and the subject matter of the manuscript submitted for review, the reviewer must promptly notify the editorial office thereof. If the reviewer (for whatever reason) can not submit a review in a timely manner (within 5 days), he must necessarily inform the Editorial Board about it.
When recruiting independent experts for review, the Editorial Board is obliged to inform them about the editorial policy.
Confidentiality of personal data of reviewers is guaranteed.
The main provisions of the "Ethics for the editing of scientific publications" are that the editorial board and the editorial and publishing group are responsible for the publication of the author's work, based on the following provisions: the editorial office is obliged to put a list of all the necessary requirements for the design of materials, as well as the review procedure on the website of the publication ; to decide whether to publish or refuse to publish, on the basis of compliance with the requirements for the design of the manuscript and the results of the review. If there are any facts of plagiarism, other forms of violation of copyright or other personal rights of third parties, the editorial board has the right to reject the manuscript from the publication. The opinion of the editor-in-chief has a priority right when deciding on publication.
The editorial board undertakes to maintain confidentiality when receiving and reviewing materials, based on the principles of selecting qualified reviewers, taking into account the absence of conflict of interest.
One of the most important tasks of the editorial board is to ensure and improve the quality of the materials that are going to be published in the field of a wide range of humanities, in particular, history, economics and political science.
The editorial board seeks to expand the circle of reviewers by engaging the most prominent experts in each of the areas of knowledge. In its work, the editorial board is guided by the opinions of experts, an assessment of the subject of plagiarism, and also controls the possibility of duplicating the publication.
After reviewing and making the final decision of the editorial board, the author is informed about this.
If the material submitted to the editorial board does not meet the requirements for the manuscripts submitted, it will be rejected. Such a decision is taken impartially. The editors undertake in the non-use of information in their own interests without obtaining the written consent of the author.
If there is a conflict of interest in relation to the published article, the editorial board must, in the shortest possible time, accept the application and make its decision. In case of validity of claims, the editorial board has the right to terminate cooperation with this author and publish an article-refutation.
Since the magazine is published not only in printed but also online versions, the editors have the right to correct errors in the online version of the journal if errors are found, as well as for the reliability of the data.
The basis of the "Ethics of publications of scientific publications" is the following fundamental principles: the publisher is responsible for observing the publication ethics and taking response measures, in the event of a conflict of interest, by supporting the editorial board in reviewing the claims.
It is the publisher's responsibility to ensure timely release of their seal, coordination with other publishers, in order to avoid errors and publish denials, based on respect not only for the author's personal rights, but also for intellectual property rights.
Conflict of interest
When submitting an article to the journal, authors are required to inform the editorial office about the possibility of conflicts of interest, as well as to indicate sources of financial support.
In order to achieve the best result in editing, reviewers are attracted to the editing of materials, having the appropriate qualifications, without possible conflicts of interest.
Unpublished materials without the written consent of the author can not be used by the reviewer in their studies.In case of conflict (for any reason) with the author of the material, the reviewer is obliged to refuse to review the manuscript.