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Rector of WSHiU in Poznań
dr hab. Kamila Wilczyńska, prof. extraordinary
Editor-in-chief of the Scientific Publishing House of WSHiU in Poznań
The mission of the Scientific Publishing House of the University of Commerce and Services in Poznań is to support the education process of the academic community and provide scientific and didactic materials during the training of qualified personnel in professions related to the sphere of trade and services, especially in the area of administration, management, tourism and recreation. The publishing house promotes scientific achievements and contributes to the good image of the University. The publishing output includes several dozen monographs, post-conference publications, textbooks, scripts and a semi-annual journal - Scientific Papers, published since 2000, which obtained 6 points on the B list of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education under the number 1739.
Editor-in-chief - dr hab. Kamila Wilczyńska, prof. extraordinary
Deputy editor-in-chief - Dr. Zbigniew Dziemianko
Prof. related dr hab. Adam Budnikowski AGH Warsaw
Prof. related dr hab. Bogusław Fiedor UE Wrocław
Prof. related dr hab. Bohdan Gruchman UE Poznań - chairman
Prof. related dr hab. Waldemar Frąckowiak UE Poznań
Prof. related dr hab. Aleksander Panasiuk US Szczecin
Dr. Anetta Barska, University of Zielona Góra
Prof. related dr hab. Henryk Lisiak WSHiU Poznań - chairman
Prof. with dr hab. Krzysztof Kasprzak from AWF Poznań
Prof. related dr hab. Kazimierz Rogoziński UE Poznań
Dr Żaneta Polowczyk WSHiU Poznań - secretary
Dr Paulina Wiśniewska UP Poznań
REPRESENTATIVE OF THE RECTOR FOR PUBLICATIONS:
Dr. Żaneta Polowczyk
LIST OF COOPERATING REVIEWERS OF THE WSHiU SCIENTIFIC STUDIES IN POZNAŃ
Prof. related dr hab. Marianna Daszkowska, Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty Management, Gdańsk
Prof. related dr hab. Stanisław Kosiński, em. Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin
Prof. related dr hab. Eulalia Skawińska, University of Zielona Góra, Zielona Góra
Prof. related dr hab. Jan Sikora, University of Economics, Poznań
Prof. related dr hab. Marek Ziółkowski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw
Dr hab. Małgorzata Domiter, prof. extraordinary University of Economics, Wrocław
Dr hab. Stanisław Jarmoszko, prof. extraordinary University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce
Dr hab. Jerzy Kajetanowicz, prof. extraordinary Military Academy of Land Forces Gen. Tadeusz Kościuszko, Wrocław
Dr hab. Sławomir Zalewski, University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Siedlce
Dr Paulina Wiśniewska
Dr. Marek Mocek
Prof. related dr hab. Bohdan Gruchman
Prof. related dr hab. Artur Kijas
Prof. dr hab. Marek Sokołowski
PROCEDURE FOR REVIEWING AUTHORIAL MATERIALS PUBLISHED IN SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS AND MONOGRAPHS OF THE WSHiU SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING HOUSE IN POZNAŃ
1. After qualifying a publication / scientific article as compliant with the profile, the editor-in-chief selects two reviewers with the academic title of professor or habilitated doctor, and they must guarantee:
- independence of opinion,
- confidentiality as to the substantive content of the materials and opinions about them.
The list of cooperating reviewers is published once a year in one of the issues of the journal and on the website, however neither the reviewers nor the authors know their identities (the so-called "double-blind review process").
2. Reviewers, apart from substantive comments, indicate their opinion in the review, which is taken into account by the editors of the publication / journal:
- the text is suitable for publication in its current form,
- the text is suitable for publication after taking into account the comments of the reviewer,
- the corrected version of the study should be submitted for approval by the reviewer,
- the text is not suitable for publication.
3. Editors inform the author about the result of the review. When introducing significant corrections, the author, if he does not agree with the critical remarks, prepares a response to the review.
4. The final decision to print the publication / article is made by the editors on the basis of the analysis of comments contained in the reviews and the final version of the article provided by the author.
5. In the case of a review disqualifying a publication / article, the editor-in-chief decides to reject the work or sends the article to the next reviewer.
6. Texts of a non-scientific nature do not require a review and are qualified for publication directly by the editor-in-chief.
Review form here
PROTECTION PROCEDURE FOR PUBLICATION ORIGINALITY GHOSTWRITING DAMAGE
According to the standards set for scientific journals by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the editorial office asks authors to disclose information about entities contributing to the publication (substantive, material, financial contribution, etc.).
- Ghostwriting is a situation in which someone contributed to a publication without disclosing their participation as one of the authors or without mentioning their role in the acknowledgments included in the publication.
- Guest authorship is a situation in which the author's participation is negligible or did not take place at all, and yet he is the author or co-author of the publication.
In accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the Scientific Publishing House of WSHiU in Poznań and the editors of the Scientific Journals of the University of Commerce and Services in Poznań adopt the following rules:
1. Submitting a text for publication is tantamount to the Author's declaration of unlimited copyright to the submitted work.
2. By sending the text for publication, the Author also certifies its originality and that the article has not been published before.
3. In the case of co-authors' works, it is necessary to send a declaration on the percentage share of individual Authors. The declaration template is sent by the publishing house.
In the case of financing the research used in the publication, the author is obliged to provide the source of financing.
5. In the case of ghostwriting and guest authorship phenomena - the editors document these cases and notify the institution employing the Author about this fact.
The Scientific Publishing House of WSHiU in Poznań, out of concern for the quality of published publications, reserves the right, in the course of editorial work, to fully verify scientific papers in anti-plagiarism systems. Considering the scientific nature of the publishing house and maintaining a high level of science, it is an essential activity. Moreover, the publishing house bases its editorial work on the principles of publishing ethics.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Readers!
The Scientific Publishing House of the Wyższa Szkoła Handlu i Usług w Poznaniu was established in 2000, then we published the first issue of the Scientific Journals.
From the very beginning, the articles of our employees and invited guests from other Universities published in the Scientific Journals are the result of their original
research and constitute a significant contribution to the development of Polish science. Hence such a wide range of interdisciplinary problems. Currently, issue 36 is in print
Scientific Journals of the University of Commerce and Services in Poznań.
I encourage you to read.
dr hab. Kamila Wilczyńska, prof. extraordinary
Rector of WSHiU in Poznań,
Editor-in-chief of the Scientific Publishing House of WSHiU in Poznań
Electronic editions to be downloaded after clicking on the selected issue:
Wydawnictwo Naukowe WSHiU in Poznań makes every effort in the field of publishing ethics and scientific integrity to ensure the highest academic and editorial standards of published materials. Our peer-review procedure is based on the guidelines of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and is fully compliant with the COPE Committee on Publication Ethics guidelines.
Before being accepted for publication, the publications submitted to the publishing house are verified in terms of their reliability and scientific value, as well as compliance with the principles of publishing ethics.
in the areas applicable to the author, reviewer, scientific editor and publisher.
- Author's rules:
The principle of scientific integrity, where the author is obliged to provide a reliable description of the research work done and an objective interpretation of the results. The papers should contain information enabling the identification of data sources, as well as the repetition of research. Presenting and interpreting data and research results that are inconsistent with the principles of publishing ethics is unacceptable and may result in the withdrawal of the text.
The principle of originality of the work, where the author may submit only his own original texts for publication. Research and / or information from other scientists used in the publication should be marked to indicate that it is a quotation. Plagiarism or falsification of data are unacceptable.
The principle of sharing data, where the author, asked to present the raw research results used in the text, is obliged to provide access to these data, also after the publication of the work.
Principles of authorship, in which authors submitting multi-author texts for publication are required to disclose the contribution of individual authors to its creation (including the affiliation of the authors and information who is the author of the concept, assumptions, methods, protocol, etc. used to create the text), and hostwriting, guest authorship is a manifestation of scientific misconduct and any detected cases should be exposed, including notification of relevant entities such as author's employing institutions, scientific societies, scientific editors' associations, etc.
The principle of the reliability of sources, where the author is obliged to list in the attachment bibliography the publications that he used to create the text.
Rules regarding errors in published works: If the author discovers significant errors or inaccuracies in his text, he is obliged to immediately notify the publisher in order to correct the errors in the next edition or reprint.
- Reviewer's rules:
The principle of timeliness, where the reviewer should provide a review within the set time limit. If he is unable to meet the deadline or undertake a review, he should immediately inform the publisher.
The principle of confidentiality, in which all reviewed papers and their reviews are confidential. Disclosure of works and / or to third parties, except for people who are involved in the publishing process, is unacceptable.
The principle of maintaining standards of objectivity, where the review should be objective. The personal criticism of the author of the work is considered inappropriate, to say the least. All comments of the reviewer should be properly argued.
The principle of the reliability of sources, in which the reviewer, if necessary, should indicate relevant works related to the subject of the text not quoted by the author. The reviewer should indicate and report to the publisher any significant similarities of the reviewed text to other works.
The principle of counteracting the conflict of interest in the reviewer: The reviewer should not evaluate the text in the case when there may be a conflict of interest with the author and cannot use the reviewed work for his personal needs and benefits.
- Rules for the scientific editor (in the case of collective publications):
Criteria for accepting texts for publication: in which the scientific editor decides which materials will be published. When accepting texts for collective publication, the following are taken into account: the scientific value of the work, the originality of the approach to the problem, and the transparency of the argument.
The principle of scientific integrity, where the scientific editor cares about the scientific integrity of published works. For its preservation, it can make appropriate changes and corrections. In the event of suspicion of unfair practices (plagiarism, falsification of research results), he is obliged to decide to withdraw the text from the collective publication.
The principle of authorship, in which the obligation to make sure that the persons contributing to the creation of the publication accept its form after the scientific editing, rests with the scientific editor who submits the publication to the publisher.
The withdrawal of a text by a scientific editor may take place when the work is plagiarized or violates the rules of publishing ethics, there is evidence of the lack of credibility of research results and / or falsification of data, as well as in the case of unintentional errors (e.g. calculation errors, methodological errors);
- Publisher's policies:
The principle of fair play, in which race, sex, religion, origin, citizenship or political beliefs of the authors do not in any way affect the evaluation of the texts. The texts are assessed only in terms of content.
Criteria for accepting texts for publication where the publisher decides which texts will be published. When accepting texts for publication, the opinions of reviewers are taken into account regarding the scientific value of the work, the originality of the approach to the problem, and the transparency of the argument.
The principle of confidentiality, where the publisher does not disclose to unauthorized persons any information about the works submitted for publication. The persons authorized to have this information are: the author, designated reviewers, editors and other persons participating in the publishing process.
Controlling ethical standards - the publisher constantly monitors compliance with the binding publishing standards and rules of publishing ethics and prevents non-compliant practices
with accepted standards.
Counteracting conflicts of interest. First of all, unpublished texts may not be used by the employees of the publishing house or any other persons participating in the publishing process without the written consent of the authors.
Withdrawal of publication: the publisher has the right to withdraw a publication after it has been issued if: there is evidence of unreliable research results and / or falsified data, as well as
in case of committing unintentional errors (e.g. methodological errors, calculation errors); the work is plagiarized or violates the principles of publishing ethics.
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