World economy: Transformations & transitions
Permanency & Updates
All articles published in the Journal of World Econome: Transformations & Transitions (JOWETT) receive a persistent identifier, i.e. Digital Object Identifier (DOI) which is used to identify objects uniquely, standardized by the International Organization for Standardization.
ERUDITUS is a member of Crossref, the organization for scholarly publishers that helps the community find, cite, link and assess scholarly content through the use of persistent identifiers and metadata, and registers all article with this organization.
The Journal's DOI is: 10.52459/jowett
2. Permanent Archiving
ERUDITUS, the publisher of Journal of World Economy: Transformations & Transitions (JOWETT) deposites all published articles in permanent archive by collaborating with PKP Preservation Network in order to ensure permanent access to all publications, as well as their preservation and restoration.
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Correction to an article may be applied by initiative of authors, editors, or readers after publishing and includes addendum, clarification, correction, corrigendum, erratum.
4.2. Expression of Concern & Retraction
Any allegations of publication misconduct after publishing will be investigated carefully. The editorial team may contact authors, their institutions, or funders, if necessary. If evidence of misconduct is found, the appropriate action will be taken to correct, retract partially or fully, or to remove a publication, it's supplements and/or any other item of content which can be tracked by clicking on Crossmark button.
If there is a potential problem with an article, such as serious dispute between authors or between the authors and third parties, or there are allegations of publication misconduct and/or serious concerns about an article or its parts but no conclusive evidence can be obtained, a note of Expression of Concern will be added to the article, while relevant investigations will be followed in order to find a more permanent solution such as correction, new edition, retraction or removal.
When an article has been submitted, authors can request a withdrawal only if it is obligatory and reasonable, provided that a withdrawal request explaining the reasoning is signed by all authors. When a withdrawal request is submitted, it does not mean that the article has been withdrawn unless a confirmation letter has been sent by the editorial team, and authors are required to wait for that before any further submissions. The Journal reserves the right, however, to impose a financial sanction on these authors and ban them from further submissions.