• An author primary obligation is to submit an article has not been published before, nor it is being considered for publication in other journals.
  • An author has to present accurate information, as well as an objective discussion of its significance. 
  • Publication language is English and authors should pay attention to correct spelling and grammar.
  • Fragmentation of research papers is not recommended. It is inappropriate for an author to submit manuscripts describing essentially the same research to more than one journal.
  • Only persons who have significantly contributed to the research and paper preparation should be listed as authors.
  • The corresponding author attests the fact that the co-authors have agreed to the final version of the paper and to its submission for publication. 
  • The author who submits a manuscript for publication accepts the responsibility of having included as co-authors all persons that have contributed to its achievement.
  • Authors who are not professional scientists, but have contributed significantly to the research design, delivery, analysis, fieldwork, etc. can also be listed as co-authors.
  • An author should cite only relevant publications for the reported work.
  • An author might receive suggestions for the inclusion of additional literature from reviewers. The author may decide if the suggestions are proper for the considered work and take into account that the newly added titles should be balanced regarding authors, journals, and institutions.
  • All authors have to disclose in their manuscript any received financial support or any potential conflict of interest.