Clearance requirements

SCIENTIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR PAPERS

An article published in the journal Scopus or the Web of Saints should have a clear structure, in which relevance, scientific significance, research results and conclusions are indicated. Any materials taken from other sources must be made out by reference and indicated in the list of references. The text of the article should be presented in a scientific style, which is characterized by relative homogeneity and isolation, which is expressed in the insignificant use of synonyms and the absence of colloquial vocabulary, as well as in accuracy and consistency, consistency and objectivity of presentation. Scientific work is rational and necessary to clarify the thoughts of the author.

A scientific publication is the result of a researcher, therefore, the materials provided for publication in Scopus and Web of Saints should be original and not be published earlier in other publications. The materials of the article should be based mainly on modern scientific literature, contain novelty and determine priority in the chosen field of research. The main purpose of the publication is its availability to other researchers.

The introductory part of the article should contain the relevance and feasibility of the study of the task, highlights the most important and promising areas of development of science; the main part – reveals the studied problems and ways to solve them, demonstrates the results and their reliability; the final part – demonstrates the results and conclusions, as well as recommendations and directions for further research in the designated area of ​​scientific research.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PREPARATION OF THE ARTICLE

 

  1. Articles for publication in Scopus (Scopus) and Web Of Science (Web of Saints) are accepted in Russian and English.
  2. The volume of the article is from 3000 words.
  3. The originality of the text should be at least 80% (articles are tested according to the Anti-Plagiarism system);
  4. For typing, formulas and tables should use the Microsoft Word editor for Windows. Parameters of a text editor: all fields 2 cm each; font Times New Roman, size – 12; line spacing – 1.5; Width alignment indent 1 cm; sheet orientation – portrait;
  5. All visual objects must be provided in a format that enables formatting (necessary for translation). All image files must be numbered (Fig1, Fig2, etc.). The names of the figures are given at the end of the article (For example, Figure 1. The name of the figure). Any drawings (including graphs and charts) should be equally informative in both color and black and white;
  6. Tables are placed in the article itself in the text. Below the table, indicate the table number and its name (for example, Table 3. Table name).
  7. Registration of article metadata: 1. Full title of the article; 2. An abridged version of the title of the article (Running title); 3. Name of the author of the article; 4. Academic rank, academic degree, position; 5. Place of work: department, faculty, name of the university; 6. City, country; 7. Work address with zip code, work phone. 8. Email. 9. Information about the grant (if any). If there are several authors of the article, then the information is repeated for each author separately. If desired, the article can be accompanied by a short biographical description of the author as a researcher (no more than 50 words in English, no more than 60 words in Russian).
  8. The text of the article should be divided into parts, the headings of which are signed accordingly: Abstract. Keywords (Keywords). Introduction Materials and methods. Literature Review. Results Discussions. Conclusion (Conclusions). Acknowledgments. References. Abstract – the optimal volume is 150 words (no more than 250 words in Russian or 200 in English). It should include information on the purpose of the study, methodology, results. The publisher reserves the right to partially modify and reduce the annotation if it is not framed correctly.
  9. Keywords – 5-10 words. Keywords are given in a string and separated from each other by a semicolon.
  10. Include JEL codes, if applicable.
  11. The list of references is given in alphabetical order, with continuous numbering in the text. References to the corresponding source from the list of references are made in parentheses, for example: (1, p. 37).The use of automatic page links is prohibited. The list of references should contain at least 20 sources published over the past 3 years, of which 15 are foreign publications. Preference is given to articles published in the Scopus and Web of Sainz databases. Information about the published article should include: last name and first name of the author, article title, journal name, volume / issue / number, year of publication, pages on which the article is located in the publication . Information about the book should include: surname and name of the author, title of the book, name of the publisher, place of publication, year of publication, number of pages.In the case of an electronic source of information, a reference and access date are required.It is necessary to indicate the type of each source: for example, conference materials, article, dissertation, etc.
  1. The article should clearly indicate the relevance of the study, scientific relevance, methodology, purpose of the study, the results and conclusions, as well as an exhaustive analysis of domestic and foreign literature.