Ethics and Malpractices
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Conflicts of Interest
Editors of RJTEC are obliged to declare any potential competing interest in undertaking their editorial duties. Our editors will have no power in influencing the peer-review process or the publication decision for an article they authored and submitted to the journal. If a submitted manuscript is authored by one of our editors, a co-editor or an external party will manage the entire review process. Furthermore, should such a situation appear and the manuscript will be published, it will be explicitly stated in the article/book review that the editor who submitted the work was not involved in any way in the review process of that specific paper.
Cases of suspected misconduct will be handled in accordance with the guidelines set out by the COPE Code of Conduct for Journal Editors
COPE flowcharts on misconduct can be found at:
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