E-LOGOS - University of Economics, Prague
Faculty of Economics, University of Economics, Prague
E-LOGOS
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY - ISSN 1211-0442

Publication Ethics

Journal Ethical Statement

Transparency

  • Funding for any type and all research funders should be listed on all publications.
  • All sources of support should be listed on all publications.
  • Any possible conflict of interest should be disclosed (financial, personal, political, intellectual, or religious).

Authorship

  • List of authors of all publications should truthfully reflect who actually did the presented research.
  • Papers that present new syntheses of research that have already been published should reference the primary data sources.
  • By submitting paper to E-LOGOS Journal authors declare that the paper has not been published elsewhere.
  • Papers should not contain any text or ideas which have been copied without appropriate attribution to the works of others.
  • Editorial board monitors editorial process to prevent duplicate, plagiarized or fraudulent papers from being published.

Editorial process

  • Principles of editorial process are described in section For authors.
  • Editors and reviewers are required to apply consistent standards in the peer-review processes.
  • Editors and reviewers are never be involved in editorial decisions about their own work.
  • Editors monitor the performance of peer reviewers and maintain a database of qualified peer reviewers.
  • Reviewers are required to have suitable qualification, expertise in one or several areas, objectivity and good judgment.
  • Editors protect the confidentiality of individual information.
  • Editorial board monitors editorial process to avoid any conflict of interest.

Respecting dignity

  • Editors exercise sensitivity when publishing texts that might have cause offence.

Misconduct

  • If editors or peer reviewers raise concerns of any misconduct paper will not be published until all such concerns are fully clarified.
  • If there is suspicion of misconduct authors will be informed and have right to respond.
  • Editors inform readers if ethical misconduct have occurred in published work.
  • Editors or authors publish corrections (errata) if ethical misconduct have occurred in published work.
  • Editors may ‘retract’ published paper in cases of serious misconduct.

Current issue

Next issue will be published in August 2017.

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E-LOGOS was licensed as peer-reviewed scientific journal by the Research and Development Council of the Government of the Czech Republic.



E-LOGOS is indexed in ERIH Plus.