All authors of research papers submitted to the journal should make a substantial contribution to the process of paper development and will be accountable for the paper in its published form. Authors should define the incremental contribution of the paper by referencing relevant work on which the paper is based. Submitting a paper that is substantially the same as a previously published paper is considered a serious breach of professional ethics and may result in the editor informing officials at the authors' institutions of this breach. Papers that are improved versions of working papers or published in conference proceedings are also considered for review.


Manuscripts that have been rejected are not eligible for further consideration by the QJPS journal. If a resubmission is allowed, it is explicitly stated as such in the editor's decision.

Concurrent Reviews

An article that is concurrently reviewed in another journal can not be in a review process at QJPS.

Conflict of Interest

The authors and reviewers are required to inform the editors of the conflict of interest. The authors are explicitly requested to declare any conflict of interest at the submission of a revised manuscript. The reviewers are obliged to inform the subject editor or Editor-in-Chief of any conflict of interest as soon as the such situation is manifested. Descriptions of potential situations of conflict of interest are provided in the Ethical policy.

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