Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

"Advances in Nonlinear Variational Inequalities" (ANVI) is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and integrity. We expect all parties involved in the publication process, including authors, reviewers, and editors, to adhere to the following principles:

Authorship and Author Responsibilities:

  1. Authorship: Authorship should be limited to those who have made substantial contributions to the research. All authors must agree to the final content and submission.

  2. Originality and Plagiarism: Authors must ensure that their work is original and properly cited. Plagiarism in any form, including self-plagiarism, is strictly prohibited.

  3. Data Integrity: Authors should present accurate and valid data. Data manipulation, fabrication, or falsification is unethical.

  4. Conflicts of Interest: Authors must disclose any potential conflicts of interest, financial or non-financial, that could influence the research or its interpretation.

Peer Review and Editorial Process:

  1. Peer Review: ANVI follows a double-blind peer-review process, ensuring unbiased and constructive feedback from reviewers.

  2. Editorial Independence: Editors are responsible for making publication decisions based on the quality, originality, and relevance of submitted manuscripts, without any personal or financial bias.

Research Conduct:

  1. Ethical Considerations: Research involving human subjects, animals, or sensitive data must adhere to ethical guidelines and obtain necessary approvals and informed consent.

  2. Research Misconduct: ANVI takes allegations of research misconduct seriously and will investigate any such claims in accordance with established guidelines.

Data Access and Sharing:

  1. Data Availability: Authors are encouraged to make data and research materials available to other researchers to promote transparency and reproducibility.

  2. Reproducibility: Authors should provide detailed methodologies and instructions to facilitate the replication of experiments and analyses.

Corrections and Retractions:

  1. Corrections: ANVI may publish corrections or errata when errors are identified in published articles.

  2. Retractions: In cases of serious ethical breaches or significant errors, ANVI may retract published articles following a formal investigation.

Copyright and Licensing:

  1. Copyright: Authors retain copyright of their work but grant ANVI a license to publish and distribute the accepted manuscript.

  2. Open Access: ANVI is an open-access journal, and articles are freely accessible to all readers. Authors are responsible for paying an article processing charge (APC) upon acceptance.

ANVI is committed to maintaining the integrity and quality of published research and fostering a culture of ethical conduct in scientific publishing. We encourage all stakeholders in the publication process to familiarize themselves with these ethical principles and abide by them. Violations may result in appropriate actions, including rejection of manuscripts, retractions, and reporting to relevant authorities.