Publication Ethics & Malpractice

Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

The Research Journal of the University of Gdańsk: Transport Economics and Logistics follows the Code of Conduct for Journal Publishers and Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors to meet publication ethics and avoid publication malpractice. In addition, Editors of the journal will document all manifestations of scientific/scholarly impropriety, especially:

a) plagiarism;

b) the publication of an article with the same title in different journals, with 50% of the content unchanged;

c) article written by a person who is not the author of that article;

d) the addition of a co-author who made no contribution to the writing of an article, or the omission of a co-author who contributed to the writing if the article, etc.

Authors are also requested to add to the article information concerning the sources of financing of the publication and concerning the contribution of scientific/scholarly-research institutions, of associations, and of other entities.