Publication Ethics

ELE Reviews obliges all parties involved in publishing articles in this journal to follow the ethical guideline for journal publication.

For Editors

1. Editors must give unbiased appraisal to each manuscript by considering it solely based on its academic merit and relevance to the journal's focus and scope without regard to the author(s)' race, religion, gender, nationality, seniority, sexual orientation, or institutional affiliation.

2. Editors are allowed to accept, reject, or request modification of the manuscript based on the review of the editorial board.

3. Editors must keep all information regarding the manuscript confidential.

4. Editors need to ensure the manuscript sent to the reviewer does not have the author's information and vice versa.

For Reviewers

1. Reviewers must give unbiased appraisal to each manuscript by considering it solely based on its academic merit and relevance to the journal's focus and scope without regard to the author(s)' race, religion, gender, nationality, seniority, sexual orientation, or institutional affiliation.

2. Reviewers must keep all information regarding the manuscript confidential.

3. Reviewers should not perform the review if there is a potential conflict of interest with the author(s).

4. Reviewers should inform the editor if they are unable to do the work in a timely manner.

For Authors

1. Authors must affirm that the manuscripts submitted are their original works, have not been previously published, and not trans¬ferred elsewhere any rights to the manuscripts.

2. Authors must not engage in plagiarism, including self-plagiarism.

3. Authors must not submit a manuscript to more than one journal simultaneously.

4. Authors must follow the journal template of ELE Reviews. Otherwise, the manuscripts will be rejected.

5. Authors may ask the editorial board to publish their articles under a different license.

6. Authors must submit their revised manuscript within 14 days after receiving feedbacks from the reviewer, otherwise rejected.