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SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO ALL TEXTS (to be submitted along with the final version of your article – as SEPARATE FILES, not in the same file with the text) include:

  • The standard authors’ statement (not submitted to other journals, not published previously; all borrowed fragment and cites are referenced properly etc.) – signed by all the coauthors and then scanned.
    The maximum quantity of coauthors is 3 (three in total, including the correspondence author).
  • Full authors’ data: your full name (no initials or shorten forms. Please, start with the first name, not last (family) name); your academic title and other honorary titles; exact place of work (current one. Please, start with the department name, then Faculty, then full university name, city and country. Avoid acronyms); key research interests; office and home address (the first is published, the second one is used for mailing purposes only and is not disclosed to third parties). If your PhD specialization can be expressed in 1-3 words (e.g. PhD (Economics) or PhD (Business Intelligence) – please, include this information as well.
  • The photo (formal one – passport, visa or office style)


  • Article title – no longer than 10 words.
  • Abstract – 2-4 laconic sentences, concentrating mostly on your own contribution to the research on the issue.
  • Keywords: 3-6 positions by which your text can be later found in various search engines. Please, avoid common notions like “method”, “development”, “economics” etc.
  • It is desirable you submit texts with ready made title, abstracts and keywords in Russian and Ukrainian. However, if you and/or your colleagues are unable to produce that – please, do not use Google Translate.
  • Maximum size of the text: 34-36 thousand printing characters, spaces including. Minimum size: 8-9 thousand printing characters. The average and the most preferable size is inbetween 20-28 thousands.
  • The suggested structure of an academic article in our case include the following blocs: Introduction, Literature Review, Problem Statement and Research Objective, Key Results, Conclusions and Directions for further investigation. However, in many cases, depending on a topic chosen, additional blocs are also allowed, for example, methodology description, hypotheses statement etc.
  • Standard referencing within the text: for single author (Sorderger, 2011), for several authors (Sorderger et al., 2013), for official documents and file without exact authors (The Law on Higher Education…, 1990). In exceptional cases direct links to Internet pages are allowed (if those are not too long). Please, avoid footnotes.
  • All tables and all graphical materials must be numbered and titled, having an exact indication of the authorship (either author’s own – or the reference).
  • All mathematical formulas – in Equation 3.0 only (also available in docx). No Mathtype. All formulas must be numbered.
  • All graphical material must be of high resolution. Please, note that the journal is black-and-white in print, so all colours will be different shades of grey only. For all charts, figures, tables etc. we would need direct access to fonts change. Scanned graphics is allowed in exceptional cases, mostly for maps only. Fonts, margin etc. – your choice. During page positioning this will be redone in our own style anyways.
  • You may also clarify the requirements and the current terms and conditions by sending an inquiry to our email