Ethical Guidelines

JSRI adheres to the existing national, european and international normative documents related to publication ethics and research ethic.

The editors evaluate the texts received based on their academic merits and the relevance to the scope of the journal. Until a final decision is taken regarding a manuscript, all information concerning the authors are kept confidential. Should any ethical concerns arise concerning a manuscript, the editors will investigate the issue and will decide accordingly.

The authors will only submit original and previously unpublished manuscripts. They will make sure that any work of others has been properly quoted. Any forms of plagiarism is unacceptable and will be sanctioned.
The peer reviewers are essential in ensuring the quality of the published articles. They will assist the editors with diligence and will offer their professional advice when solicited. They will disclose any possible conflict of interest; they will inform the editors about any suspicion of plagiarism.