Plagiarism policy

The edition of the scientific journal "Economic Innovations" accepts materials for publication, the articles are only original, which were not published earlier and were not submitted for publication in other journals.

The Editorial Board of "Economic Innovation" uses the software to detect text borrowings in the submitted manuscripts. Manuscripts that detected plagiarism or text borrowing without referrals to the original source are rejected by the editorial board before the article is published in the journal.

Plagiarism before publication

All materials sent to the editorial office of the scientific journal "Economic Innovations" are analyzed for the presence of any case of plagiarism in substance. If plagiarism or text borrowing is detected by editors or reviewers at any stage before the publication of the manuscript, the author(s) warn of the need to rewrite the text or make a reference to the original. If plagiarism is more than a quarter of the article's size, the editorial office may refuse to publish such material and the article will be rejected, and the organization where the author works can be informed.

Plagiarism Validation Policy

Manuscripts, where plagiarism is detected, is processed on the basis of plagiarism by the following rules:

  • if the article reveals plagiarism and the amount of borrowed material is not more than a quarter of the total article, the manuscript is immediately sent to the authors for revision the content;
  • if the amount of borrowed material is more than a quarter of the total article, the manuscript is rejected without an editorial review. Authors are encouraged to read text borrowings and plagiarized manuscripts and reapply in the new manuscript.

The percentage of plagiarism that was calculated by the software is estimated by the editorial board.

Plagiarism after publication

If after the publication a plagiarism was discovered, the editorial board of the scientific journal "Economic Innovations" conducts an analysis of this fact and informs the author about it. The parts of the article where the plagiarism is detected are highlighted. Depending on the scale of the plagiarism, the document may also be revoked (deleted).

Recommendations to authors about avoiding plagiarism:

  • Try to paraphrase information using your own words or summarize information from different sources, accompany the synthesis of the thoughts of other authors with references to sources of information and add as your resume your own thoughts and your own position on a particular scientific problem;
  • Try to restrict the use of direct quotations, and if they are used, apply quotes for words taken verbatim from the source of information;
  • Use three dots (space and three dots) to fill out the part of the quote in the text, extract information taken from the source of information;
  • Do not change parts of the quote in the context of the sentence;
  • Place quotation marks for each quotation and use separate quotes (paws in the paws) if you quote a material that has quoted part or all of the material from another source;
  • Use brackets for added own words that you consider appropriate to put among quotations.


The editorial of the scientific journal "Economic Innovations" is of the opinion that autoplagyat (the author's use in the article of his own materials, which has already been published earlier) is unethical. Each manuscript is protected by copyright after its publication, so the author no longer owns the rights to re-publish these materials, issuing them as new ones, and can not literally repeat them in subsequent publications. An exception may be the quoting of the author's short phrases from his own work with the placement of the relevant references.