Data Archiving Policy

After an article has been published in the PJE, the editorial board strongly recommends authors store the original article text (PDF from the journal website/archive) in publicly accessible and permanent repositories.

The PJE offers long-term preservation services for journal content, currently archived at the Internet Archive as third-party services, with active content deposition. You can find our content at

Your personal information will be exclusively utilized by the PJE for communication purposes related to your submissions and reviews. This includes requests for reviews and general information about the journal, such as upcoming special issues. Rest assured, your information will not be shared with any third party unless you provide explicit consent. It's important to note that once published, articles will remain online indefinitely and will not be removed, even if the author's account is subsequently deleted.