Copyright and ethics

International Scientific E-Journal “Economic Processes Management” is an open access journal.

International Scientific E-Journal “Economic Processes Management” is based on CC-BY license.

All articles are free for users to access, read, download, and print.

The author keeps the rights to:

1. Make copies of the Article (all or part) for teaching purposes.

2. Include the Article (all or part) in a research thesis or dissertation.

3. Make oral presentation of the Article (all or part) and to include a summary and/or highlights of it in papers distributed at such presentations or in conference proceedings.

4. Include electronic copies of the Article (including final published Journal format) on:

a. Personal authors’ web-resources (web-sites, web-pages, blogs, etc.);

b. Web-resources of the Institutions (including their repositories) where Authors worked when research for the Article was carried out;

c. Noncommercial web-resources of open access (arXiv.org, and etc.).

In all cases the appropriative bibliographic citation or URL on the official Journal web-site must be included.
Publishing ethics issues:

Editorial board’s work bases on publishing ethics which is targeted on fighting against conflicts of interest, plagiarism, unethical experimentation, falsification and fabrication of data;
Editorial board is opened to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies when needed;
All articles are evaluated according to such criteria as originality, relevance, innovation, importance of results in the industry, theoretical basic and theoretical review of existing research and published materials, literacy, accuracy, significance, readability and language;
The possible decisions after reviewing process may include: publish as is; publish with minor modifications; sending to reviewing again (if it is required significant changes); refuse (if a major rewrite is required. Author should be encouraged to resubmit rewritten paper); refuse without resubmission (if materials have fundamental flaws, contain plagiarism or do not match the subject of the journal);
Editorial board is opened to take reasonably responsive measures when ethical complaints have been presented.