Requirements for materials sent to the journal

Dear authors!

When sending materials to the journal, we ask you to comply with the following requirements:

I. The editorial board of the journal considers materials sent by mail, including by e—mail, or submitted to the editorial office on paper in the following volumes: article — 7-10 pages, review, review, information — no more than 3 pages, other materials - by agreement with the editors.

Materials of postgraduates, applicants and students are accepted if there are recommendations from the departments of universities, departments, sectors of research institutions, respectively.

II. When determining the volume of the material, we ask you to proceed from the following parameters: the text is printed on standard paper A-4 Times New Roman font, the font size of the main text is 14 at 1.5 intervals; footnotes (only at the end of the article) are printed at 1 interval, font size 10; margins: 3 cm on the left, 2 cm on the top, right and bottom.

III. The order of placement and design of the elements of the article (in accordance with paragraph 2 of these Rules):

1. The title of the article in Russian is bold, centered.

2. Full name of the authors – bold, italics, placement on the right edge. Additionally, the footnote on this page contains information about the author: full name, place of work, position, academic degree and academic title, contact details. The same footnote contains information about the author and the title of the article in English.

3. Abstract and keywords in Russian, then their translation in English – Abstract, Keywords.

4. The text of the article.

5. The list of sources in Russian, then its translation in English – References (the numbering of sources remains, while regulations are not specified).

6. Information about the authors.

Design of the Abstract / Abstract section:

— compact (volume: 200-250 words);

—informative (does not contain common words);

—original (not a tracing paper of the Russian-language annotation with a literal translation);

—informative (reflects the main content of the article and the results of research);

— structured (follows the logic of the description of the results in the article, contains the following items: coverage of the problem (Purpose)), materials and methods of research (Methods), results (Results), discussion (Discussion));

— written in high-quality English:

—it is necessary to follow the chronology of the article and use its headings as a guide;

—the text should be coherent, using the words "consequently", "moreover", "for example", "as a result", etc. (consequently, moreover, for example, the benefits of the study, as a result);

—it is necessary to use an active, not a passive voice, i.e. “The study tested”, but not “It was tested in this study".


Design of the Keywords / Key words section:

The number of keywords must be at least 15.

Keywords should reflect the main content of the article, if possible not to repeat the terms of the title and annotation, use terms from the text of the article, as well as terms defining the subject area and including other important concepts that will facilitate and expand the possibilities of finding the article by means of an information search engine.

Design of the List of Sources / References section:

In the list of sources and References, the number of sources must be at least 10. The source numbers of the Russian and English versions must match. The References list does not include documents without authorship (laws, other regulatory legal acts, orders, recommendations, Internet pages without authors). If necessary, they can be specified in the text or by subscript links.

Methodology, what to translate, what to transliterate:

When referring to an article, the author's surname and first name are transliterated.

The title of the article is translated.

The name of the journal is transliterated and translated (indicated by a hyphen).

Example of a link to an article in the journal:

1. Zagurenko A.G., Korotovskikh V.A., Kolesnikov A.A., Timonov A.V., Hardiman D.V. Technical and economic optimization of hydraulic fracturing design. Oil economy — Oil Industry, 2008. No. 11. pp. 54-57.

When referring to the monograph, the book transliterates the full name of the author.

The name of the source is transliterated, the translation of the name is indicated in parentheses.

The name of the publishing house is transliterated

Example of a link to a monograph, book:

1. Karminsky A.M., Peresetsky A.A., Petrov A.E. Ratings in economics: methodology and practice. M.: Finance and Statistics, 2005. 240 p.

IV. When using a normative act, its type (Federal Law, Decree of the President of the Russian Federation, etc.), date (for example, 12.12.2003) should be indicated in the text, and the full (without abbreviations) name of the act should be quoted. In this case, it is sufficient to indicate the source of the publication in the footnote. It is possible to give in the text the type, date and, without quotation marks, the abbreviated name of the act, however, giving a correct idea of the document. Then in the end note it is necessary to give the full name of the act and the source of the publication.

V. Only endnotes are allowed in articles (page-by-page footnotes should be excluded). The footnote on the text of the article should have the form [1, p.5]. Taking into account the requirements for inclusion in the world databases Web of Science and Scopus, which are the most significant from the point of view of quoting authors, the following data are presented in the article in Russian and English: the title of the article, abstract, keywords, list of sources, information about the author: surname, first name, patronymic, place of study (university, specialty, course), work (organization, position), academic degree, scientific title, email address.

References in the text of the article should appear in the order of numbers – [1, p.3]; [2, p.5; 3], [4], etc. and strictly correspond to the name of the sources and their order in the List of sources and References.

VI. On the last page, the author necessarily signs the material. Here are also given: surname and full name, patronymic of the author; position and place of work, study (with the correct name of the faculty, university, institution, etc.); academic degree (if available); exact contact details: office and (or) home address, with an index; phone(s) and fax (with code); email address (if available).

VII. It is strongly recommended that authors carefully check the general spelling of the materials, as well as the correctness of the spelling of the relevant legal terms, before sending the article to the editorial office of the journal.

VIII. In case of non-compliance with the listed requirements, the submitted materials are not considered. Materials not accepted for publication are not returned to the authors. The authors are notified of the refusal to publish and its grounds.


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