The editorial board of Narxoz Law and Public Policy adheres to generally accepted principles and ethical standards applicable to the publication of scientific materials. As representatives of the School of Law and Public Policy, we consider unacceptable copyright infringement and plagiarism both from the point of view of law and science, and from the point of view of moral standards. These violations serve as a barrier to the development of science and undermine the authority of the publication, the School, the University and the academic community as a whole.
- The editors trust their authors and proceeds from the fact that before submitting the material for consideration, the authors and reviewers familiarized themselves with the ethical principles of the journal and the requirements for publications (see ethical principles of authors; ethical principles of reviewers, requirements for publications).
- Our editors strongly oppose any manifestations of plagiarism in the works proposed for publication. If plagiarism is discovered before or after the publication of the edition, the article is excluded from the list of candidates for publication or withdrawn from the already published edition.
- All articles under review go through a blind peer review process, in which the Editorial Board is obligated to monitor the absence of a conflict of interest between the parties. The reviewers cannot be the author or co-author of the peer-reviewed work, as well as the supervisors of authors – applicants for a degree.
- Our editorial staff selects reviewers according to their professional level and knowledge in the field of law, economics, public administration or related fields of science, within the framework of which studies of the proposed manuscript were conducted.
- Publishing decisions are made by the editors on the basis of the professional level and quality of the materials provided, regardless of the preferences of individual members of the editorial board, race, gender, nationality, religion, ideological or political views of the authors.
- Guided by the principles of academic honesty and ethics, any fundamental substantive corrections made to the text or proposed for inclusion are agreed with the author of the manuscript. In case of disagreement with the revision, both parties have the right to refuse to publish material or to find a solution by consensus.
- Guided by the norms of law and ethics, the editorial office is obliged not to transfer to third parties the data obtained from the manuscripts submitted by the authors.
The materials published in the journal may not coincide with the opinion of the Editorial Board, School or University. However, the Editorial Board assumes responsibility for the published material.