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 Statute of the quarterly

 
Code of Ethics concerning Publications in the Quarterly Journal of the Collegium of Socio-Economics “KES Studies and Works” (Kwartalnik Kolegium Ekonomiczno-Społecznego “Studia i Prace”, KES “Studia i Prace”)

KES “Studia i Prace” (“KES Studies and Works”) pursues an editorial policy based on the principles which have been stipulated by COPE Committee on Publication Ethics (“Guidelines on good publication practice”)

Editorial Policy Rules  

  1. The editorial policy of the Quarterly Journal remains independent of any commercial influence.
  2. It is based on the ethical assumptions which cover an entire publishing process.
  3. The ultimate goal of the Editorial Board is to provide the readers and the general public with an intellectual product of the highest quality and merit in terms of knowledge related to the discussed issues.
  4. The procedure of approving articles for publication adopted by the Editorial Board is transparent and understandable for potential authors.
  5. The essential guidelines for the authors interested in the publication of an article in the Quarterly Journal are available on the website.
  6. The articles which are accepted for further stages of the publishing procedure are consistent with the profile of the journal, and they have a potential value for the recipients of the journal due to their strong foundation related to objectified knowledge, diversified and valuable sources as well as references to the current state of advancement of a given scientific field.
  7. Attention is paid to the observance of appropriate rules by the authors regarding the credibility of the sources they cite, the use of quotations and borrowings.
  8. The Editorial Board apply an appropriate policy against potential threats such as plagiarisms and other kinds of abuse.
  9. The author makes a statement declaring that the article submitted for publication is an original and independent work, and it does not infringe or violate the rights of third parties. The quotations, borrowings, tables and comments are supplied with appropriate footnotes. The phenomena such as “ghostwriting” or “guest authorship” are eliminated.
  10. The Editorial Board makes sure that the articles are prepared and developed at an appropriate level in terms of the clarity and readability of the message.
  11. The articles are provided with abstracts, keywords and translations.
  12. Any conflicts of interest between members of the Editorial Board, authors and reviewers are eliminated.
  13. The Editorial Board ensures the confidentiality and security of the personal data of the authors and all entities collaborating with the Quarterly Journal.

Reviewing principles

  1. ​​  The reviewing principles and procedures are clearly defined in a separate place on the ​  website.

2.      The Editorial Board approves the articles for publication after considering their compliance with the profile of the Quarterly Journal as well as the requirements contained in the Information for the Authors.

3.     The Editorial Board accepts only original articles, i.e. those which were not submitted or published in any scientific publication.

4.   The author of the paper is obliged to sign an appropriate statement declaring the originality of the work.

5.     The Editorial Board submits the text presented by the author to preliminary evaluation in order to decide whether it is compliant with the profile of the Quarterly Journal as well as the requirements contained in the Information for the Authors.

6.   External review is carried out by two reviewers in a “double-blind review process” system, i.e. after removing the information related to the author’s identity. A review form is used.

7.      The list of reviewers is published.

8.     The review is presented to the author (he does not know the identities of the reviewers). The author is obliged to respond to the comments provided.

Editorial work  

1.       The members of the Editorial Collegium [Editorial Committee] are members of academic staff specialising in different fields of public policy as a knowledge discipline.

2.        Members of the Editorial Board observe high ethical and intellectual standards. They are free from any commercial influence or motivations.

3.        The editors become acquainted with the articles which are sent, and they are making decisions based on their best knowledge, being guided by impartiality, objectivity and the willingness to contribute to the publication of high-quality materials.

4.        They accept articles which meet the most important professional criteria, including the innovative and original theses, extensive and reliable sources.

5.       The Editorial Board looks for the best authors and reviewers; they adapt the articles to meet the needs of the readership, they respond to the recipients’ needs and expectations with regard to the specific academic issues.

6.       The Editorial Board includes critical comments concerning published articles. They initiate discussions concerning the presented articles.

7.   In the case of any errors contained in the article, appropriate corrections and explanations are presented.

8.        The Editorial Board protects personal data.  

 

 

 

​THE REGULATIONS OF THE QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF THE COLLEGIUM OF SOCIO-ECONOMICS “KES STUDIES AND WORKS” (KWARTALNIK KOLEGIUM EKONOMICZNO-SPOŁECZNEGO (KES) “STUDIA I PRACE")

 

 

Acting on the basis of § 4 and 5 of the resolution of the Board of the Collegium of Socio-Economics of Warsaw School of Economics no. 215/2010 of 28 January 2010, the Board of the Collegium of Socio-Economics adopts the Regulations of the Quarterly Journal of the Collegium of Socio-Economics “KES Studies and Works” (Kwartalnik Kolegium Ekonomiczno-Społecznego (KES) “Studia i Prace”).

§1

The Editorial Committee of the Quarterly Journal of the Collegium of Socio-Economics “KES Studies and Works” (KES “Studia i Prace”), hereinafter referred to as the Editorial Committee, accepts papers related to the issues in the field of economics and social sciences, and in particular the phenomena which are related to the research areas of the Collegium staff.

 

§2

The process of preparing the papers, i.e. collecting, evaluating and developing works for publication is organised by the Editorial Committee.

 

§3

The Editorial Committee consists of: the Chairman of the Committee, Editor-in-Chief, the Secretary of the Editorial Board and members of the Committee.

 

§4

The Chairman, Editor-in-Chief, the Secretary of the Editorial Board and members of the Editorial Committee are appointed and dismissed by the Board of the Collegium of Socio-Economics of Warsaw School of Economics, at the request of the Dean of the Collegium.

 

§5

The Program Board acts at the Editorial Committee, and the Program Board supervises the implementation of the program profile of the Quarterly Journal and cooperates with the Editorial Committee.

 

 

§6

The Chairman and members of the Program Board are appointed and dismissed by the Board of the Collegium of Socio-Economics of Warsaw School of Economics, upon request of the Collegium Dean.

 

§7

The duties of the Program Board members include reviewing of the works submitted for publication in the Quarterly Journal “KES Studies and Works” (Kwartalnik KES “Studia i Prace”), inspiring students of MA studies, doctoral programs and scientific staff of the Collegium of Socio-Economics of Warsaw School of Economics, as well as other scientific and research centres, to prepare articles and other materials which may be used in the Quarterly Journal.

§8

The duty of the Program Board is to carry out substantive supervision of the published works, prepare the reviews of the papers which are included in the publishing plan, decide on the substantive form and the directions for the development of the Quarterly Journal, present the proposals of financing of the activities of the journal and creating its graphic design, as well as to present, upon the request of the Chairman of the Board, the opinion with regard to other issues related to the Quarterly Journal.

 

§9

The works submitted for publication should be original, i.e. they should not be published in any other periodical or scientific publication. Moreover, they cannot be, earlier or at the same time, submitted to the editorial offices of other scientific journals published in the Polish language. The author of the work is obliged to sign an appropriate statement concerning the originality of the work.

 

§10

The necessary condition for the publication of the submitted paper is to grant the Collegium of Socio-Economics of Warsaw School of Economics and Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH the right to use the submitted text in a paper version in the Quarterly Journal “KES Studies and Works” (Kwartalnik KES „Studia i Prace”) and to disseminate it for scientific purposes as well as  to use it, in part or in whole,  to be published it in an electronic form on the website of the Quarterly Journal “KES Studies and Works” (Kwartalnik KES ”Studia i Prace”). The author of the paper is obliged to sign an appropriate agreement concerning the transfer of copyright.

 

§11

The work should be submitted in an electronic form of DOC format, via e-mail to the email address studiaiprace (at sgh.waw.pl) and transmitted on an electronic medium (CD), as well as in two printed copies to the address of the Editorial Board:

Kwartalnik Kolegium Ekonomiczno-Społecznego „Studia i Prace”

English translation: The Quarterly Journal “KES Studies and Works”

ul. Wiśniowa 41, pokój 53/Room 53,

02-520 Warszawa

 

§12

The method of editing of the submitted work should correspond to the standards set out by Oficyna Wydawnicza SGH which are made available to the public on the website in the section entitled: Information for the authors.

 

§13

The papers which do not comply with the conditions of the publication specified in these regulations will not be submitted for review and print. The Editorial Committee reserves the right to: edit the submitted manuscript, apply abbreviations, implement amendments and corrections or reject it. Each work published in the Quarterly Journal “KES Studies and Works” is submitted for review prior to its publication.

 

§14

The regulations of the Quarterly Journal of the Collegium of Socio-Economics “KES Studies and Works” enter into life on the day of its adoption by the Board of the Collegium of Socio-Economics of Warsaw School of Economics 

 

 

We would like to invite all potential authors to submit current reviews of the publications on social sciences and humanities which have been published this year, and in justified cases within the last two years.  

 

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