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Author Guidelines

  1. The article is submitted in the original language (in Ukrainian, Russian or English) by online submission on the website of the Collection. If the article is written in English, you must submit to the Editorial office its translation (in Ukrainian or in Russian)!
  2. The file of the article is recommended to be called in Latin letters by the name of the author or the first author, if there are several authors (for example: “Ivanenko_article.doc”).
  3. The manuscript of the article is accompanied by an external review, indicating the academic degree of the reviewer, his/her academic title, position, affiliation (without abbreviations). The review must be certified by a seal. For articles of authors who are the doctors of economics, an external review is not required.
  4. All manuscripts go through double blind reviewing.
  5. Form of the article presentation:
  • the volume of the manuscript is 15-40 thousand characters, including figures and tables;
  • number of co-authors – no more than three.
  • the article should be prepared using the Word for Windows® editor or a compatible editor;
  • no page numeration;
  • sheet format – A4 (210 × 297), page orientation – “book”; margins: bottom, top, left, right – 2 cm; binding - 0 cm; interval between lines – 1 pt; the interval between paragraphs “before”, “after” – 0 pt; indents “to the right”, “to the left” - 0 pt; indent of the first line - 1 cm;
  • drawings, photographs, graphics should be inserted into the text of the article as an object. The position of the object is “in the text”;
  • drawings created in the built-in WinWord drawing editor, should be submitted as grouped objects.
  • drawings and tables should not break sentences in a paragraph, therefore they should be located after the paragraph where the first link on them in the text is made.
  1. Physical quantities must be submitted in SI system units.
  2. The text of the manuscript should be built according to the standard scheme in Ukrainian, Russian and English:
  • UDC index in the upper left corner of the sheet (Arial, 12 pt);
  • the title of the article - uppercase letters, centered, in Ukrainian (Arial, 12 pt, fat). The title of the article should be short, but very accurately reflect the problem under investigation. The title of the article is submitted without using highly specialized abbreviations. No dot at the end of the title;
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • the names and initials of the authors in the upper right corner of the sheet in Ukrainian (Arial, 12 pt, bold);
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • structured abstract (1800-2000 characters) in Ukrainian (Arial, 11 pt, italics), the abstract should not be placed on a separate sheet. The abstract should contain a brief statement of the article’s content, but should not repeat the article’s title.

The general structure of the abstract should contain:

  • actuality of the research topic;
  • a problem statement;
  • analysis of recent research and publications;
  • extraction of unexplored parts of a common problem;
  • statement of the research purpose and tasks;
  • method or methodology of the research;
  • presentation of the main material (research results);
  • the field of the results application;
  • conclusions according to the article.
  • keywords (5-10 words) in Ukrainian (Arial, 11 pt, italics);
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • the title of the article – in uppercase letters, centered, in Russian (Arial, 12 pt, bold);
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • the names and initials of the authors in the upper right corner of the sheet in Russian (Arial, 12 pt, bold);
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • structured abstract (1800-2000 characters) in Russian (Arial, 11 pt, italics). The structure of the abstract is similar to that described in the Ukrainian language;
  • keywords (5-10 words) in Russian (Arial, 11 pt, italics);
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • the title of the article – in uppercase letters, centered, in English (Arial, 12 pt, bold);
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • last names and first names in the upper right corner of the sheet in English (Arial, 12 pt, bold);
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • structured abstract (1800-2000 characters) in English (Arial, 11 pt, italics) the structure of the abstract is similar to that described in the Ukrainian language;
  • keywords (5-10 words) in English (Arial, 11 pt, italics);
  • JEL Classification;
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);

The text of the article (Arial, 12 pt). The text of the article should be carefully read, understandable and concise. The general structure of the article should contain:

  • actuality of the research topic;
  • a problem statement;
  • analysis of recent research and publications;
  • extraction of unexplored parts of a common problem;
  • statement of the research purpose and tasks;
  • method or methodology of the research;
  • presentation of the main material (division into subsections is possible)
  • conclusions according to the article;
  • prospects for further research in this direction.
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • list of bibliography sources used (Arial, 12 pt, bold, centered), detailed information on execution – see item 8;
  • the empty line (Arial, 12 pt);
  • references (Arial, 12 pt, bold, centered), detailed information on execution – see item 9.
  • information about the author in Ukrainian: surname, name, patronymic, position, academic title, academic degree, address data, organization where the author (s) are working (studying), e-mail, ORCID, Researcher ID (additionally: home / mobile phone);
  • data about the author in the same sequence – in Russian and in English.

SAMPLE OF THE ARTICLE execution

  1. Execution of bibliography links and formation of bibliography sources list at the end of the article:

Each citation is obligatory accompanied by a link to the source. References to the sources used should be based on the APA style with continuous numbering (in the order of sources mentioning, not in alphabetical order) in accordance with the requirements and standards of “DSTU 8302: 2015 “Bibliographic reference. General provisions and rules of compilation”, which came into the force on 01.07.2016 (http://lib.pu.if.ua/files/dstu-8302-2015.pdf). Example: [2, p. 56], [4, p. 34-35; 5]. The author, citing literature as sources are mentioned, forms a “List of bibliography sources” simultaneously. The list is submitted at the end of the article.

If the work cited is not Ukrainian-language in the original, then its author (authors), title and place of publication are submitted in the references in the original language and are not translated into the Ukrainian. Citations from foreign sources (including those from Russian-language ones) should be given by the author in the Ukrainian translation (or from the official Russian-language publication, or in the case of its absence the author makes the translation himself). The reference is given in accordance with the existing standard.

The general requirements for citing are as follows:

  • the text of the quotation begins and ends with quotation marks and is given in the grammatical form in which it is presented in the source, preserving the features of the author's writing. Scientific terms proposed by other authors are not separated with quotation marks, except for those that caused a general polemics. In these cases, the expression “so-called” is used;
  • the citation should be complete, without arbitrary reduction of the author's text and without distortion of the author's thoughts. Skipping of words, sentences, paragraphs when quoting is allowed without distortion of the author's text and is denoted by an ellipsis. They are placed anywhere in the quotation (in the beginning, in the middle, in the end). If there is a punctuation mark before the quotation text or after it, it not retained;
  • each quotation is necessarily accompanied by a reference to the source;
  • in case of indirect citation (retelling, presentation of the other author’s thoughts in one's own words), the appropriate references to the source should be given;
  • if the author's attitude to individual words or thoughts from the quoted text is expressed, an exclamation mark or question mark must be put in parentheses.
  1. The transliterated list of bibliography sources is prepared according to the international bibliographic standard APA (http://www.bibme.org/citation-guide/apa/). If the scientific work is written in a language that uses the Cyrillic alphabet, its bibliographic description must be transliterated in Latin letters. After the title of the work in Latin letters its translation into English is provided in brackets.

For the transliteration of the Ukrainian text into the Latin letters, a free site http://www.slovnyk.ua/services/translit.php is used (choose the option “American”); for the transliteration of the Russian text a free site http://fotosav.ru/services/transliteration.aspx is used.

Terms of obtaining the author's copy of the Collection of scientific papers

The Collection is sent by the “Nova Poschta” company at the expense of the author.

MONEY TRANSFER (after a positive decision of the editorial board on accepting the article for publication) (60 UAH per one page – production of the electronic version of the Collection, DOI, production of printed copies of the Collection, distribution of the articles in international scientometric databases, the Collection’s website maintenance, etc.) payment details:

BENEFICIARY: NGO “Collegium”

ACCOUNT: 26001053028090

BANK OF BENEFICIARY: PRIVATBANK
DNEPROPETROVSK, UKRAINE
SWIFT CODE: PBANUA2X
INTERMEDIARY BANK: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK
New York, USA
SWIFT CODE: CHASUS33
CORRESPONDENT ACCOUNT: 0011000080

Purpose of payment: for article publishing

(it is obligatory to indicate the sender-correspondent name in money transfer)

 

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