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Guidelines for Authors | Ethical guidelines

The papers submitted for publication must be original, i.e. they should not have been previously published, nor submitted or pending publication elsewhere. Any other situation should be signalled and duly referenced by the authors and will be analysed by the Editors on a case-by-case basis, with the ultimate goal of ensuring transparency and safeguarding the originality of the paper. Failure to comply with these principles constitutes grounds to reject a manuscript.

It is assumed that the contributions submitted for publication were actually authored by the designated Authors; that they constitute accounts of the Authors’ work and research; and that they do not pose any falsification or plagiarism problems – deemed inadmissible by this Journal.

It is furthermore assumed that all the Authors listed in a submitted paper made a relevant contribution to the reported research and agree with the submitted manuscript.

Authors should clearly declare any conflicts of interest. Submitted contributions that, directly or indirectly, had the economic support of third parties, should clearly state these sources of funding.

It is assumed that all the data provided by the Authors is real and authentic, and is furthermore appropriately recorded and reported, should there be a reasonable need for verification. Authors should immediately notify the Journal should they identify a mistake in a published article and be willing to publish a retraction.

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