In order to publish an article in the scientific journal, it is necessary to send via e-mail to the Editorial Board the following materials:
1. Information about the author.
- author’s abstract of the article in English for posting on the journal’s website.
Attention! It is necessary to indicate the code of the journal 4803 in the subject line.
- to send a scanned receipt of payment for publishing a scientific article. The cost of publication is 1100 UAH (up to 12 pages inclusive). Each additional page will be charged extra in the amount of 25 UAH.
Thematic sections of the scientific and practical journal:
1. Economic theory and history of economic thought.
2. World economy and international economic relations.
3. Economics and national economy management.
4. Economics and business management.
5. Productive forces development and regional economics.
6. Economics of nature use and environmental protection.
7. Demography, labour economics, social economy and policy.
8. Money, finance and credit.
9. Accounting, analysis and audit.
11. Mathematical methods, models and information technologies in economics.
The structure of a scientific article must necessarily include the following essential elements:
1. Problem statement in general and its connection with important scientific or practical tasks.
2. Analysis of recent researches and publications the author relies on that discuss this issue and how to solve it. Also, to allocate previously unsettled parts of the general problem studied in the article.
3. Formulation of goals of the article (task setting).
4. The main research material with the full justification of the scientific results obtained.
5. Conclusions from this study and prospects for further research in this area.
List of sources used and References.
List of sources used should be made in textual order or alphabetical order (prepared according to the interstate standard DSTU 8302:2015 “Information and documentation. Bibliographic reference. General requirements and rules of compilation”). Links to sources used should be made in square brackets in the text, indicating the page numbers of the relevant source: for example, [3, p. 234] or [2, p. 35; 8, p. 234]. References need to be done in the Roman alphabet in the APA style (APA Style Reference Citations). Examples of References.
The article should contain abstracts and keywords in Ukrainian, and English languages. Abstract volume in Ukrainian – at least 700 characters, the number of keywords/phrases – at least 5 positions. An extended English abstract should be at least 1800 characters long. In this English abstract, the author should indicate the relevance of the topic. It is necessary to cover the issues discussed without presenting the results. The author should not cite any research or other sources of information. The abstract should be written without subdivisions. Its text should be concise and original. It is inappropriate to use text from the article literally. If the article is in English, then the extended abstract must be written in Ukrainian.
Language of publications: Ukrainian, English.
The volume of the article – from 10 to 20 pages, А4 format (297 x 210), margins: left – 25 mm, right, top and bottom – 20 mm, made in Microsoft Word. Type all text of the article, bibliographic list, abstracts, etc. in Times New Roman font, size – 14 pt, spacing – one-and-a-half. If the article includes tables, formulas, and/or figures, they should be compact, titled, text font – Times New Roman, size – 12 pt. The size of tables and figures should not be larger than the width of the page. Mathematical formulas should be thoroughly checked and clearly printed. The formulas should be made using the built-in formula editor MS Equation. The number of tables, formulas, and illustrations should be minimal and relevant. Figures and tables on album pages are not accepted.
The article should have the following structural elements: UDC index (in the upper left corner of the page); section of the journal; surname and initials of the author(s) (no more than 3 authors), scientific degree, academic rank; place of work (study); the article’s title; text of the article; list of references.