Requirements to articles

REQUIREMENTS TO ARTICLES SUBMITTED TO THE SCIENTIFIC BULLETIN OF

MUKACHEVO STATE UNIVERSITY.  SERIES “ECONOMICS”

  1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

1.1. Articles that are written in Ukrainian, Russian or English and that have not been published and have not been submitted for publication to other editions (including electronic ones) are accepted for publication.

1.2. The article should contain structural elements of the scientific article in accordance with the requirements of the Decree of the Presidium of Supreme Certification Commission of Ukraine No. 7-05/01 dated January 15, 2003.

1.3. In order to increase the citation index of our authors, editors recommend submitting articles written in English or Russian.

1.4. Articles in English translated from Ukrainian or Russian languages, should be sent together with the text in the original language, structured according to the requirements. The quality of translation of these articles is checked in the Editorial Office. In the case of inappropriate translation the article will be sent to the author(s). In this case, the author can independently correct the article, but additional payment will be charged for its resubmission to the journal for services of the translator for re-checking the quality of translation. 1.5. The editors offer the authors the service of article translation into English. Request for translation services should be specified in the article itself and cover letter to the article (e-mail). Only the articles that are accepted for publication are subject to translation.

  1. METADATA

2.1. The article must contain metadata, such as:

  1. a) Family name(s), first name(s) and patronymic name(s) of author(s) and title of the article; b) annotations;
  2. c) Keywords and phrases (at least 5 but no more than 10);
  3. d) information about author(s) (family name, first name and patronymic name, academic degree, academic status, position, place of employment or study).

2.2. Availability of the full volume of metadata is mandatory.

2.3. Article title, abstract, keywords and information about the author(s) are submitted in three languages ​​- Ukrainian, English and Russian.

2.4. The requirements and recommendations for annotations: Annotation is formed in the form of an essay, which should cover at least 250 words and highlight such structural issues: relevance, aim, method of research, results, scientific novelty, practical significance. Example of annotations 2.5. Keywords or phrases – not less then 5 but not more than 10. 2.6. Metadata are published in the journal, online journal and stored in the respective national and foreign information and scientometric databases.

  1. OTHER MANDATORY INFORMATION

3.1. The article should contain contact information of the author(s) in one language: phones and e-mail (are not published anywhere) for a possibility of fast settlement of arising issues. E-mail addresses must be real. 3.2. For authors who live outside Mukachevo, contact information must also include full postal address in one language for sending the author’s copy of journal. 3.3. If there is one author of the article, who has no scientific degree, a scanned image format review of scientific adviser, certified with a signature and seal should be sent apart from the file with the article. The author of the article, who has degree of Candidate of science, should submit the review of the Doctor of science. The scanned copy of the review is submitted along with the article. 3.4. Availability of UDC and a list of references is mandatory.

  1. REQUIREMENTS TO REFERENCES

 4.1. References are structured in accordance with the DSTU State Standard of Ukraine 7.1: 2006. 4.2. The list of used references should contain minimum 8 entries. 4.3. There should be at least one reference for each entry in the text. The lack of such links can be a reason for refusal to publish the article. 4.4. Reference to the authors own works (self-citations) are allowed but not more than 25% of total sources.

  1. REQUIREMENTS TO CITATION AND REFERENCES TO SOURCES

 5.1. When writing this article the author should provide links to sources, materials or individual results, which are given in the text. Reference should be made to the latest publications. 5.2. If the information, materials are used from books, review articles and other sources with more pages, then a link should precisely specify the page numbers, figures, tables, formulas from the source, which was indicated. 5.3. References in the text to sources should be the serial number on a list of references, in two square brackets, for example, “… in [1-7] …”. 5.4. To confirm arguments referring to the authority or to the critical analysis of a printed work a quotation should be given. Science etiquette requires accurately reproduce the quoted text, as least reduction of the extraction can distort the meaning embodied by the author. General requirements for citation:

  1. a) the text of citation begins and ends with quotation marks and provides quotations in the grammatical form in which it was submitted at the source, preserving the characteristics of the author’s writing. Scientific terms proposed by other authors, are not allocated with quotation marks, except those that caused the general debate. In these cases, the expression “so-called” is used.
  2. b) the citation should be complete without arbitrary reductions of author’s text without distorting the views of the author. Skipping words, sentences, paragraphs, when quoting is permitted without distorting the author’s text and is indicated by an ellipsis. They can be anywhere in quotes (at the beginning, in the middle, at the end);
  3. c) Each citation should necessarily have a link to the source;
  4. d) in indirect quotation (retelling, presenting opinions of other authors with own words) appropriate reference to the source should be given;
  5. d) if the author of the article, citing a quotation, italicizes some words a special clause is made, i.e. after the text that explains the marked out part, dot, dash and then the author’s initials should be written, and the entire text of clause is placed in parentheses. Example: (Emphasis added – A.B.).

5.5. Ignoring the rules of citation (no quotation marks for direct quoting, the lack of reference to the source, etc.) can cause the qualification of some pieces of the article as plagiarism and therefore denial of the publication of the article. 5.6. References to sources must comply with these sources. 5.7. Links to Internet resources should lead directly to the document. For example, the article is a link to some laws of Ukraine and as a source «www.rada.gov.ua» is stated. This is the link of Home Portal of Verkhovna Rada, but not a direct link to this law. Or link does not have any relation to the abovementioned document, and is, for example, the website of an online store. 5.8. Editorial office recommends to avoid links to: – textbooks and teaching aids; – works published 7-10 and more years ago.

  1. ARTICLE STRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS

6.1. Articles are accepted only in the form of files (text – in .doc, .docx, .rtf, .odt; illustration – in .tif, .jpg, .pcx or any other graphical format agreed with Editorial Office). All non text objects should be designed with the help of the built-in resources of Microsoft Word (objects should be grouped). Charts and drawings should be submitted in the form, which allows their editing. Words are printed without hyphenation. Formulae – by Editor Equation. Illustrations in the article should be submitted as files in TIFF, JPG, PCX (with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi) or on separate sheets. 6.2. Article text and metadata should be typed in Times New Roman, font size – 12, line spacing – 1.5, top, bottom and left margins – 3 cm, right – 2 cm, width justification, indention 1.0 cm. 6.3. Article, metadata and contact information should be in the same file. METADATA ARE NOT INCLUDED INTO PAYMENT FOR PUBLICATION. 6.4. Volume of the article (WITHOUT METADATA) should be not less than 6 pages, including tables, charts, figures and a list of references. 6.5. The list of references should be prepared in accordance with DSTU (State Standard of Ukraine) 7.1:2006. 6.6. The article should be structured in the following order: Order of the constituent elements of the article (new paragraph, after blank line):

  • UDC (top left) Times New Roman font, font size 12 (bold straight);
  • information about the author (right) – family name, first name, patronymic name (in the nominative case) Times New Roman font, font size 12 (bold straight);
  • academic degree, academic status, position, place of employment  (unabridged), foreign authors also indicate the country name Times New Roman font, font size 12 (italic);
  • title of the article (centered) Arial font size 14 (bold straight);
  • extended annotation in Ukrainian language in the form of an essay, which should cover at least 250 words and highlight these structural issues: relevance, aim, methodology of research, results, scientific novelty, practical significance. Font Times New Roman, font size 10 (italic), width justification, indention 1.0 cm;
  • keywords (five to ten) Times New Roman font, font size 10 (italic) width justification, indention 1.0 cm;
  • text of the article Times New Roman font, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing;

The structure of the article should include the following components:

  1. Introduction. The problem. Analysis of recent research and publications. The aim of the article (problem). The results of the study.
  1. Conclusions and prospects for further research.
  2. References.

list of references (at least 8 entries), which meets the standards (DSTU State Standard of Ukraine 7.1: 2006) Times New Roman font, font size 12, width justification, indention 1.0 cm; annotation in English and Russian in that order and form: family name, first name, patronymic name; article title Times New Roman font, font size 10 (bold straight); text of the extended annotation (paragraph) in the form of an essay, which should cover at least 250 words and highlight these structural issues: relevance, aim, methods, results, scientific novelty, practical significance; keywords (paragraph). The author’s name(s) in English should be written according to an official document (e.g. passport). 6.7. The article is sent to electronic mail address: nvemsu@gmail.com. All correspondence with the Editorial Staff is performed through the same address.

  1. GROUNDS FOR REFUSAL TO ACCEPT THE ARTICLE FOR CONSIDERATION

 7.1. Absence or incompleteness of any component of metadata (in Ukrainian, English or Russian). 7.2. Absence of contact information. 7.3. Absence or incompleteness of postal address. 7.4. Absence of a review (recommendation, assignment, reference) of the scientific adviser, certified with a signature and seal (only for authors that have no academic degree). 7.5. Absence of UDC. 7.6. Absence of the list of references. 7.7. Insufficient volume of the article (less than 6 pages WITHOUT METADATA). 7.8. Insufficient volume of the annotation. 7.9. Insufficient volume of the list of references (less than 8 entries). 7.10. The article has already been published in another edition (including electronic editions and Internet). 7.11. Detecting plagiarism in articles (a total of more than 25% of the text). 7.12. Violation of rules of citation.

  1. EXAMPLE OF THE ARTICLE STRUCTURE

 (All names of authors and organizations, and other information are conventional) (Times New Roman font; font size – 12, line spacing – 1,5, lower and left margins – 3 cm, right – 2 cm, width justification, indention 1.0 cm) UDC 339,562

Ivanov Ivan Ivanovych,

Candidate of economic sciences, Assoc.prof.,

 Assistant professor of accounting and finance department,

Mukachevo State University

 

REGULATION OF IMPORTS UNDER CURRENCY FLUCTUATIONS

  The topicality of the research is  due ………… …………. The aim of the article is………. Based on the use of methods of economic and statistical analysis ………… .; using structural and functional method …………………… … ……………… … The reasons have been determined……….. Calculation has been done …………… .. …………………… Linear dependence has been revealed. Scientific novelty of the research is …………………. The practical significance is ………………… … Keywords: ……………………. INTRODUCTION The problem. Analysis of recent research and publications. The aim of the article (problem). RESEARCH RESULTS CONCLUSIONS AND PROSPECTS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH REFERENCES

  1. Hal’chyns’kyi A. Economic development: methodology of revised paradigm [Text] / A. Hal’chyns’kyi // Economy of Ukraine. – 2012. – № 5. – P. 4-17.
  2. Geyets’ V.M. Macroeconomic assessment of monetary and exchange rate policy in Ukraine before and during the financial crisis / V.M. Geyets’ // Economy of Ukraine. – 2009. – № 541. – C. 234-311.

  1. Zhalilo Y.A. Problems of modern principles of import substitution policy in Ukraine / Y.A. Zhalilo, V.M. Gatsko // Strategic Panorama. – 2006. – №1. – P. 102-111.
  2. Zhmurko N.V. Dollarization of the economy of Ukraine in conditions of financial instability / N.V. Zhmurko [electronic resource]. – Access mode: http://www.nbuv.gov.ua/portal/Soc_Gum/Aprer/2010_6_2/19.pdf.

 

Ivanov Ivan.

 

REGULATION OF IMPORTS UNDER CURRENCY FLUCTUATIONS

The topicality of the research is  due ………… …………. The aim of the article is………. Based on the use of methods of economic and statistical analysis ………… .; using structural and functional method …………………… … ……………… … The reasons have been determined……….. Calculation has been done …………… .. …………………… Linear dependence has been revealed. Scientific novelty of the research is …………………. The practical significance is ………………… … Keywords: ……………………. End of example.