Code of Ethics

1. Ethical criteria for authors


Authors guarantee that their proposed article is original and does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any other person or entity.

Authors guarantee that their proposed articles have not already been published and that they are not based in whole or in part on work that has already been published.

Authors undertake not to have simultaneously submitted the proposal to another publication.

Plagiarism and self-plagiarism

Submitted articles are subject to anti-plagiarism detection via the Compilatio tool.

Conflicts of interest

Authors must declare to the journal's management any potential conflict of interest, whether professional, financial or other, which could be interpreted as having influenced their approach.


The funding received by the authors to carry out the research included in the scientific production is explicitly mentioned in the articles.

Defamatory statements

Authors guarantee that their proposed article does not contain any defamatory, hateful, fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statement.


Authors guarantee that they will cite appropriately all publications used in their work.

2. Ethical criteria of the journal 

Evaluation method

The review process is based on single-blind peer review (only the names of the authors are known).


Each article submission is considered impartially and its merits are judged without distinction as to the gender, religion, sexual orientation, nationality, ethnic origin, seniority or institutional affiliation of the authors.

Submission fees

The journal does not charge any publication fees