Publication Ethics & Malpractice
Archaeology of the Eurasian Steppes is strongly against any form of unethical behavior or plagiarism. To prevent any such malpractices is one of our most important responsibilities.
The editors and the board of the international reviewed journal “Archaeology of the Eurasian Steppes” follow internationally accepted principles of publication ethics, particularly reflected in the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Publishing Ethics Resource Kit (PERK) of Elsevier.
The editors and the board strictly adhere to the ethic norms in their own activities and in relations with all stakeholders: authors, reviewers, editors, publisher, distributors and readers. Below please find the list of ethical norms to be followed by the authors, reviewers and editors who are involved in publication of research findings.
We recommend our potential authors to study the Ethical Code, the Principles of good practice for editors and the Ethical Code for the publishers of journals.
Please pay attention to the main principles of professional ethics: