Publication ethics

Ethical principles

Basic principles of publication:

·       The journal Economic Vector in its activities is guided by the provisions of Chapter 70 "Copyright" of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation.

·       Only original scientific articles or reviews that have not been published anywhere before are accepted for publication in the Journal Economic Vector.

·       Articles of a political profile, as well as articles containing biased or incorrect assessments of other scientific papers and other specialists, are not accepted for publication in the journal Economic Vector.

·       The Journal applies international standards proposed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

1.     Ethical obligations of authors

The ethical obligations of the authors include the following principles:

Completeness and accuracy of the study

All authors should submit an accurate and complete report on the study, completely avoiding deception, including the data collected or used, as well as an objective discussion of the significance of the study.

The information used in the research should contain relevant links to relevant original sources.


The scientific article should contain citations of the works referred to by the author, so that readers have the opportunity to study earlier research on this topic.

The originality of the study

By submitting a manuscript for publication, the author guarantees that the article and any additional information provided to it (tables, illustrations, etc.) are the original work of the author, are not planned, have not been published in Russian, English or another language.

The author should not send manuscripts describing essentially the same research to more than one journal with primary publication, unless this is a re-submission of a manuscript rejected for publication or withdrawn from publication.

Plagiarism in the journal "Economic Vector" is unacceptable!

Plagiarism is the appropriation of someone else's ideas, processes, results or words without the permission of the copyright holder. Authors should not copy verbatim or almost verbatim or paraphrase very closely the text or the results of other people's work.

Authors should not engage in self-plagiarism. (duplicate publications) - it is unacceptable to accurately reproduce the text, methodology or results previously published by the author without specifying the source.

The quoted material from the author's previously published work should be enclosed in quotation marks with a reference to the source.

Return of the article to the authors

If the editorial board of the journal “Economic Vector” has found out the fact of plagiarism of the article, duplication or publication contains unethical information, in this case, the article is returned back and is no longer considered. At the same time, the corresponding refusal to publish is sent to the author, indicating reasonable reasons and relevant links.

Conflicts of interest

The author must inform the editorial board about possible conflicts of interests or their absence, which may be affected by the publication of the results of the article.

Conflicts of interest of the attached research should be clearly indicated during the submission of the manuscript.

Attention! By submitting a scientific article to the editorial office of the journal “Economic Vector“, the author accepts these standards of publication ethics.

The editorial board of the journal ”Economic Vector" asks all authors to adhere to ethical principles. Violations may lead to the application of sanctions by editors, including suspension or revocation of publication rights.

2. The ethical responsibilities of manuscript reviewers include the following

Conflict of interest

The reviewer must inform the editor about a real or perceived conflict of interest before agreeing to write a review.

The editor will decide whether the conflict is serious enough to prevent the reviewer from writing a fair and objective review.


The reviewer should refuse to review the manuscript if he does not have the appropriate qualifications


Reviewers should treat the manuscript as confidential information. Only the editorial board knows the names and contacts of the reviewer

Discussions with a third party

Reviewers should ask the editor for permission to discuss the article with other consultants in order to receive specific advice with the names and reasons for such consultation. Reviewers should not transfer the manuscript to another person for review without the permission of the editor.

Use of data

Reviewers should not use information from the manuscripts of the authors of articles in their work until this manuscript is published or published if the author has not given permission to do so.


Reviewers should clearly justify their decisions and analyze the information

Plagiarism and duplication

Reviewers should inform the editorial board of the journal about similar manuscripts published or under consideration for publication elsewhere, if they are aware of them. However, the editor, not the reviewer, should decide on the correct course of action after receiving the relevant information.