Authorship policy

Authorship Criteria

All the authors that are reflected in the work must have actively contributed to it and, if possible, reflect the part that each one has done, likewise, all published works must be attributed to one or more authors.

Authors are encouraged to consult the information on authorship in the COPE document Authorship.

The JCLR editors ask the authors to declare that they meet the criteria of the journal in relation to authorship:

  • all persons who have an authorship responsibility must be named in the manuscript as co-authors;  
  • all co-authors must authorize the corresponding author to act on his behalf in all matters relating to the publication of the manuscript;
  • all authors must agree upon the order of the names. 

To improve transparency in scientific production, authors must identify the individual contribution of each author in the work, using the CRediT (Contributor Role Taxonomy) terminology: conceptualization, methodology, software, validation, formal analysis, investigation, resources, data curation, writing – original draft, writing – review & editing, visualization, supervision, project administration and funding acquisition.

In the event of a conflict in the authorship of a published work, the JCLR Editors will contact the author who claims authorship of it to establish the veracity of the case. If the Editors deem it appropriate, access to the article in question will be temporarily closed until a final decision is made.

Self-archiving policy

The journal allows authors to spread the preprint version (version before being evaluated) of their works before publication, as it favours their circulation and earlier dissemination and, with it, a possible increase in its citation and reach among the academic community.

The journal allows authors to spread the published version of their works electronically (e.g. in institutional repositories or on their own website).