Ethical Principles for Editors
- Editors should accept research articles that will contribute to the relevant areas specified in the journal policy in the evaluation process.
- Editors should not have any conflict of interest/relationship with accepted or rejected articles.
- Editors have full responsibility and authority to accept or reject an article.
- It is the editors’ responsibility to keep the names of the referees and authors mutually confidential.
- Editors should make every effort to screen for plagiarism of articles submitted for publication and thus to prevent academic dishonor.
- It is the duty of the editors to complete the preliminary review, refereeing, editing and publishing processes of the articles submitted to the journal in a timely and healthy manner.
- Editors should first consider academic concerns and criteria when accepting articles to the journal.