The editors of the International Scientific and Practical Journal "Commodities and Markets" inform the authors that they bear full personal responsibility for incorrect borrowing or use of other persons' research results and non-compliance with the ethics of scientific citation.
Authors must provide:
- originality of submitted articles, i.e. to provide materials that have not been published in other publications in any language;
- absence of plagiarism;
- references to relevant sources, if works or texts of third parties are used.
The international scientific and practical journal "Commodities and Markets" uses the software "Unicheck" to detect cases of plagiarism.
In order to prevent plagiarism, the editors:
- checks articles for the presence of borrowings from the works of third parties without appropriate references to the source;
- after reviewing the article, provides a conclusion on the absence or presence of plagiarism.
Plagiarism in all forms is unacceptable and is considered a manifestation of unethical actions. Manuscripts submitted to the editorial office are checked for originality according to the following indicators: if the originality of the text is more than 90%, the material is accepted for review; to 90 % originality of the text - the author needs to check the correctness of the citations and links to the sources used; less than 75% originality of the text - the material is not accepted for consideration.
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Data collected from registered and unregistered users of this journal is subject to the standard operating procedure of peer-reviewed journals. They contain information that provides a link to the editorial process and are used to inform readers about the authorship and editing of content.
The authors of the articles published in the journal are responsible for the data on the subjects involved in the studies reported here. Individuals involved in the editing of this magazine are committed to complying with industry data privacy standards, including the provisions of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on "data subject rights", which include: breach notification; right of access; the right to be forgotten; data transfer; privacy by design. The GDPR also allows for recognition of the "public interest in data availability", which is of particular importance to those concerned with maintaining the highest possible integrity of the public records of scientific publications.