The Editorial Board of the scientific journal "Economics and Law" accepts articles specially written for the journal that were not previously published (even in separate parts, see the Regulation on plagiarism and self-plagiarism). Materials for publication are submitted in Ukrainian, Russian or English and must be made in accordance with the following requirements. In its activities, the Editorial Board is guided by the provisions of the Procedure for the Formation of the List of Scientific Professional Publications of Ukraine approved by the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine of 15.01.2018 No. 32 (registered in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine on 06.02.2018 No. 148/31600).
To the articles of all authors without exception, an external review of the Doctor of Sciences is necessary - a specialist in the field of relevant research. Without external review in printed form (in the original), the articles are not considered by the editors. The review of the article by the Editorial Board and its internal review by the members of the Editorial Board takes place only after the original of the external review has been submitted. Internal review is two-way anonymous.
In accordance with the Resolution of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine of 15.01.2003 No. 7-05 / 1 ("Bulletin of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine" No. 1/2003), the article should have such elements (in the text, boldface):
- Introduction (general statement of the problem and its connection with important scientific and practical tasks, it allows to assess the state of the problem at the global and regional levels, contains no more than 10 references to periodicals and monographic publications that have been published for the last 5-10 years, in the text of the entry is not allowed to form more than 3 sources in one parenthesis);
- analysis of the latest research and publications (in which the solution of this problem has been started and on which the author relies, highlighting the previously unresolved parts of the general problem to which the study is devoted, identifying the existence of a scientific discussion on the subject of the study);
- statement of the problem (formulation of the purpose of the article, the goal should be formulated correctly, correspond to the "research results" and the title of the research, and which is not "theoretically unattainable" for the solution);
- the results of the research (presentation of the main research material with full justification of the scientific results obtained, the results do not duplicate the data of the tables and graphs, the discoveries made in the study, etc.);
- the conclusions are the final section of the article and should be concise, specific, should answer the purpose and title of the article, should not duplicate the phrases from the annotation, do not begin with the phrases "as a result of the research, the following results were obtained ..." etc. containing new information and do not allow the rephrasing of any sections of the research, have prospects for further research, containing data on the addressees of the research and its effect, predicting the impact of research on public relations;
Technical requirements for the article:
1. The Editorial Board accepts articles that have not previously been published. The number of authors, as a rule, should not exceed three people. The volume of the article should be at least 8 and should not exceed 20 A4 pages (210x297 mm). The deviation from the established number of authors and the volume of articles is allowed with the consent of the Editorial Board of the journal taking into account specific circumstances.
2. The manuscript of the article should be typed in the text editor of Microsoft Word XP/2003/2007/2010 and saved in *.dos format (works in *.docx format are not accepted!). Font Times New Roman 14; line spacing 1.5. Orientation - book. Page margins: all - 20 mm. A paragraph is an indent by 1.25 cm. Word transfers and page numbering are not allowed.
3. The order of indication of mandatory elements of the article:
- UDC index
- consistently in three languages (Ukrainian, Russian, English): name, patronymic, surname of authors, separated by a comma scientific degree, academic title, position and place of work, name of the locality, country; the title of the article (in capital letters, corresponds to the content of the article, has no more than 12 words); a short abstract (3-5 sentences summarizing the research are formed in one paragraph, except for the English annotation) and keywords (3 to 7 words or phrases that specify the information about the research and are not of a general nature, and, if possible, not duplicated in the title of the article);
- ORCID ID (resource: https://orcid.org);
- the text of the article (introduction, analysis of the latest research and publications, the purpose of the article, the results of the research, conclusions, addressees of the study);
- References (transliterated Roman alphabet bibliography);
- an extended abstract in English not less than 1800 characters (if the publication is not entirely English, each publication not in English is accompanied by an annotation in English of not less than 1800 characters, including key words.) If the publication is not completely Russian-language, each publication is not in Ukrainian language is accompanied by an annotation in the Ukrainian language of at least 1800 characters, including keywords. Reception: Paragraph 4 of paragraph 6 of the Procedure for the Formation of the List of Scientific Professional Publications of Ukraine, approved by Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine from 15.01.2018 № 32).
4. Illustrative material (drawings, graphs, diagrams) should be readable and contrast. You should avoid color images, performing them in black and white or with shades of gray. Illustrations are placed directly in the text (without text wrapping) immediately after the first link to them. The name is shown under the illustration with the alignment to the left of the page.
5. Illustrative material (drawings, graphics, diagrams) should be provided in the formats in which they were made. Inserting scanned illustrations is not allowed. Graphic objects must be presented as black and white drawings in separate files that are stored in bitmap mode with a resolution of 600 dpi and a *.tif extension. Digital images (black and white photographs) or drawings with background fillings can be saved at 300 dpi resolution in Grayscal (8-bit) mode with *.tif, *.jpeg, *.jpg, *.bmp extensions.
6. Tables are represented as separate objects in Microsoft Word format with the sizes listed on the page. The representation of the scanned tables is invalid. The basic size of the table and titles is 12, the line spacing is single. For particularly large tables, font reduction is allowed, but remember to keep the data readable.
7. Tables must have a short-formed side and head. The tables cannot have empty cells. All tables in the text should have links. If the table in the article is one, it is not numbered.
8. The list of references is given at the end of the article in the order of mentioning the sources in accordance with the existing standards of bibliographic description (GOST 8302: 2015 "National Standard of Ukraine “Information and documentation, Bibliographic references: General provisions and rules for compilation”. Text of the standard (PDF)).
9. References list is formed in the Roman alphabet (transliterated for each language, except English, according to individual rules of translation into the Latin alphabet). For example, transliteration from Ukrainian into English is carried out in accordance with the rules established by the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine "On the Ordering of the Transliteration of the Ukrainian Alphabet in Latin" dated 27.01.2010 № 55. The Editorial Board recommended the use of the resource http://ukrlit.org/transliteratsiia
10. The Editorial Board urges you to read the journal's headings and observe the topics when submitting materials for publication in the journal. Also, we draw your attention to the undesirability of superfluous self-citation (except as if this study is a continuation of the previously stated problem in other author's articles) and quoting papers to which the author does not rely on the text of the study. The absence in the list of literature of names and data of certain normative acts is permitted in order to prevent reloading of the article by references.
11. Articles that do not take into account the above requirements are not considered by the Editorial Board and are not allowed to be published in the journal "Economics and Law".