Publication ethics for the author(s)

  1. The article can be completed and submitted for publication by one or several authors (co-authors).
  2. The author (s) upload (s) the article, executed in accordance with the Rules for the formatting of the text of articles for publication in the scientific journal "Eurasian Journal of ECONOMIC & BUSINESS STUDIES", and accompanying documents to the site of the scientific journal. 
  3. The article must contain the full affiliation of the author (s): an indication of the academic degree, title, position, full name of the organization, postal address of the organization, country name, e-mail.
  4. The article submitted by the author (s) for publication must contain:
    • new, original scientific results obtained by its author (s);
    • true, reliable, theoretically and empirically grounded, logically consistent, clearly stated information;
    • bibliographic references (to authors and sources) when citing or using ideas from other researchers;
    • indication of the output data of previously published scientific works of the author (authors) in the case of their verbatim copying, which can only be used as a basis for research and new conclusions;
    • references to sources of any financial support. 
  1. An article submitted by the author (s) for publication should not contain:
    • false and / or falsified information;
    • plagiarism.
  1. The article submitted by the author (s) for publication should not be:
    • previously published in print and electronic media;
    • sent for publication in other print and electronic media. 
  1. Authors must ensure that the names of all co-authors and project participants who have made significant contributions to the research are indicated, and that all co-authors have read the final version of the scientific work and agreed to its publication.
  2. By posting an article on the site for consideration by the Editorial Committee, the author (authors) undertakes to participate in the process of changing it (in editing, eliminating deficiencies) within the terms established by the Editorial Committee.
  3. All co-authors of the article must be familiar with the final version of the scientific work and give written consent to its publication.