For legitimate reproduction of copyright materials or any substantial part of a copyrighted work, permission should be sought from the rights holder. This requirement applies to any text, images, illustrations, graphs, charts, tables, or other material from previously published sources, including Internet sources. Therefore, before using such materials, you must obtain permission from the legitimate rights holder.
Follow Publishing house FINANCE and CREDIT’s recommendations below for quick and easy obtaining permission.
When is permission required?
As a general rule, written permission must be obtained from the rights holder in order to re-use any copyrighted material. Typically the rights holder of published material is the publisher or website owner unless it is explicitly indicated otherwise. Copyrighted material can include figures, illustrations, charts, tables, photographs, and text excerpts. Re-use of any borrowed material must be properly acknowledged, even if it is determined that written permission is not necessary.
We recommend checking the possibility of re-use of copyrighted material and, if necessary, obtain a permit, issued in accordance with the requirements of the copyright holder.
When is permission not required?
Written permission may not need to be obtained in certain circumstances, such as the following:
General guidelines for obtaining permission from copyright holders
We strongly recommend readers to obtain all necessary permissions from the rights holders before re-using copyrighted materials. To obtain such permits, readers should make all necessary efforts. You should keep records of all correspondence as proof of your attempts to obtain permission. It can never be assumed that a non-response authorizes you to use the material. In case of non-response, we exhort you to waive the intention to re-use these materials without permission of the copyright holder.
To obtain permission to re-use materials published in journals and on the website of Publishing house FINANCE and CREDIT, please contact the Editors: