Publication ethics

All full papers will be peer-reviewed and evaluated based on research content, originality, technical correctness, etc.

Peer-reviewed and accepted papers will be published in the Conference proceedings and placed on the website. Selected conference papers will be considered for publication in associated journals. Additionally, selected papers of high quality in English will be submitted for evaluation to Scopus as conference proceedings.


Associated journals:

Journal of Economic Research & Business Administration


Farabi Journal of Social Sciences


Members of the Organizing committee adhere to the principles and norms of international publication ethical standard of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), as well as the Ethical Principles for the publication of Scopus (Elsevier) journals, the Code of Ethics of the Scientist of al-Farabi KazNU.


Author's publication ethics principles


One-time publication. The author(s) guarantee that the manuscript has not been submitted for review in other conferences or journals. Submission of a manuscript at a time in several journals/publications is unacceptable and is a gross violation of the principles, standards and norms of publication ethics.


Authorship of the manuscript. The person who made the greatest intellectual contribution to the preparation of the manuscript (with two or more co-authors) is indicated first in the list of authors. For each article, an author must be appointed for correspondence, who is responsible for the preparation of the final version of the article, communication with the organizing committee, must ensure the inclusion of all research participants (if the number of authors is more than one), who have made a sufficient contribution to it, in the list of authors, and also get approval the final version of the manuscript from all authors for submission to the editors for publication. All authors mentioned in the manuscript/article are responsible for the content of the work.


The principle of originality. The author(s) guarantees that the research results presented in the manuscript represent original independent work, and do not contain incorrect borrowings and plagiarism, which may be detected during the process of checking the manuscript through the plagiarism checking system. Authors are responsible for publishing articles with signs of unethical behavior, plagiarism, self-plagiarism, self-citation, falsification, fabrication, data distortion, false authorship, duplication, conflicts of interest, and deception.


The principle of confirmation of sources. The author(s) are obliged to correctly indicate the scientific and other sources that they used in the course of the research. In the case of using any parts of someone else's work and/or borrowing statements from another author(s), the manuscript must contain bibliographic references indicating the author(s) of the original source. Information obtained from questionable sources should not be used in the preparation of the manuscript.


Correction of errors in the publishing process. If errors and inaccuracies in the article are revealed at any stage of the publication process, the authors are obliged to urgently inform the organizing committee.


Compliance principle of publication ethics. Authors are obliged to comply with ethical standards related to criticism or remarks regarding research, as well as with respect to interaction with the editorial board regarding peer review and publication. Non-compliance with ethical principles by the authors is regarded as a gross violation of publication ethics and provides a basis for the removal of the manuscript from peer review and/or publication.