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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The text is typed in point size 14 with a line spacing of 1.5; author's accents are italicized, not underlined (everywhere except URLs); all illustrations, graphs and tables are placed directly in the text, where they should be according to the content (and not at the end of the document).
  • The recommended indicators of originality of articles are: by the value of the Coefficient of Similarity No. 1 - no more than 20%; by the value of the Similarity Coefficient No. 2 - no more than 5%
  • A minimum of 80% of the references in the reference lists must contain a DOI
    The original study contains 20-40 bibliographic references
    Review articles contain at least 100 bibliographic references
    The number of references for the last 5 years is at least 50%
    References to Scopus and WoS articles account for more than 50%
    Self-citations do not exceed 10-15%
  • This submission has not been previously published and has not been submitted for review by other journals (or the comments to the editor below provide the necessary clarifications).
  • The submission file is a Microsoft Word document.
  • Internet links in the text are accompanied by full, correct URLs.
  • The text meets the stylistic and bibliographic requirements set forth in the Guidelines for Authors of the "About the Journal" section.
  • If the material is submitted to the peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions for Blind Peer Review Guarantees have been followed when the submission file was created

Author Guidelines

 In accordance with the decision of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine "On raising the requirements for professional publications included in the lists of VAK of Ukraine from 15.01.2003 № 7-05/1, the manuscripts should be written according to the following requirements:

  • formulation of the problem in general and its relationship to important scientific and practical tasks;
  • analysis of recent researches and publications that discuss this issue and which the author uses; selection of the unsolved part of the problem which is dedicated to the article;
  • formulation of article’s purpose;
  • summary of the basic research material with full justification of scientific results;
  • the findings of this study and the prospects for further research in the area.


To the Editorial Board are supplied:

  • The electronic version of the paper attached to the letter to the address of the file pointing in the "topic": Article to Journal (author's name).
  • Information about the author(s): first name,last name, science degree, academic rank, position, department, place of work (higher education institution (no abbreviations)),address of place of work (including the index), e-mail address (е-mail is desirable to specify the corporate), ORCID (is required!If there is no ORCID number, for registration in English on the ORCID platform).

    For example:

    Ivan Ivanov

    Academic degree, title


    Higher education institution

    Address with index


    Phone number: ХХХ-ХХХ-ХХ-ХХ

    ORCID: http://oХ-ХХХХ-ХХХХ

    Scopus Author ID: ХХХХХХХХХХХ


  • Author's agreement.

All articles are tested for double "blind" review.

The term for publication of materials is 2-3 months from the filing of the editor (if positive review associate editor of the Journal).

The articles which are rejected by the members of the editorial board of the Journal, are returned to the authors for revision (term revision of Article established in consultation with the author).

Requirements for Papers

Location of article elements

  1. JEL Classification – left alignment.  2nd line remains empty.
  2. On the third line the title of the article is typed – bold, all capital letters, centered. After the name of the article one line is skipped.
  3. Printed first name and last name of the author(s), next line should be written degree, academic rank or other status (student, graduate student, applicant, student, etc.) - bold italics, to the right (not the paragraph.)
  4. The next line shows the full name of the place of work or study and author’s e-mail address. Normal font, alignment to the right. If the authors of the different organizations, the author recruited and the place of work of one, then the other. After the name of the organization one line is normal.
  5. After the extended structured annotation is printed in English. The volume of each annotation is 1800 signs including keywords. It is necessary to reflect in a structured form the object, purpose of work; method or methodology for carrying out work; results of work; scope of results; conclusions. The abstract in English must be thoroughly checked and written in the present time (Present simple).
  6. After the keywords are given in English (no more than 10). The word "Keywords" is highlighted in bold.
  7. The text of the article is printed one line in accordance with the requirements of the above-stated.
  8. On the next line (indented) is printed the word "References". References are grouped alphabetically. Bibliographic description should comply with APA Style.
  9. References to sources should be through in square brackets. In brackets the index number of the list of literature and a comma - the page (in small letters). For example, [4, 57]. Quotes cited in the article should be verified with the utmost care.

An example of the annotation:




 The main approaches to modelling systems related to innovative activities (IА) management are either descriptive or insufficiently formalized, and suggest virtual experimenting with IA management, avoiding the possibility of assessing the impact and consequences of different management options in the long view, minimizing IA risks when making managerial decisions. The subject of research of the article is the tools of economic and mathematical simulation of the development of innovative activities of the domestic agroindustrial complex. The goal is to develop tools for modelling innovative activities of enterprises of the agroindustrial complex of Ukraine in the form of analytical dependencies of impact factors. The objective is to research the dynamics of innovative activities of enterprises of the agroindustrial complex of Ukraine in terms of its components under the globalization of world economic processes in the market of agricultural products. General scientific methods are used, such as system analysis – to determine the peculiarities of development of IА of agroindustrial production in Ukraine, factor analysis – to formalize the cause-and-effect relationships of the investigated factors of AIC enterprises impact on IA. The following results were obtained: on the basis of the analysis of the dynamics of changes in the major indices of domestic agricultural production, the problem aspects were identified and the components of IA of agricultural production were determined, latent factors with prolonged impact on the level of innovative activities of agricultural enterprises of Ukraine were calculated. Conclusions: the calculated latent factors of the impact of AIC enterprises on IА can be efficiently used in foreign economic activities as recommendations for determining the IА strategy of Ukraine in the world agricultural market.

Keywords: іnnovative activities, world economy, agroindustrial production, development factors, latent factors.


Technical requirements:

  • Times New Roman. Point Size - 14. Line spacing - 1.5. Indent the first line of a paragraph - 1 cm highlight words in bold or underlined prohibited.
  • The minimum volume of the article is 15 pages of printed text.
  • Mathematical symbols in equations and formulas are entered in the text with the help of computer technology (Microsoft Equation Editor or MathType Equation); Latin designations used for emphasis, and for Greek and Russian - direct.
  • The illustrations, charts, graphs, charts and tables that are provided in the article, are created using Microsoft Word editor and fully prepared for the reproduction of the form inserted in the text of the manuscript strictly within the above page size.
  • Tables should be compact, have a name that accurately reflects the content of the graph. The word "table" is printed right-justified in italic. Before the word "Table" and after the string is not passed. Of the table and name the point is not assigned. Thetable name is spelled with a center alignment, without indentation. If the table is accompanied by a reference *, then it should be placed right below the table without skipping a line (left aligned, no indent) after the text reference point * is not assigned. After the table (or the links * below the table), one line is skipped. The point size in the table - 12.
  • Formulas, tables, and figures should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals, e.g. Table 1, Table 2, etc., Fig. 1, Fig. 2 and so on (if the table or figure, chart, diagram in the text alone, it is not numbered).
  • The names of pictures are printed directly below the figure without skipping a line, aligned to the center, and signature (footnote *) under the pictures - aligned to the left, with no indentation. After the name of the figure and footnotes point * is not put, for example:

Fig.3. The investment scope and direction of investment *

Developed by the author based on [7, p.15-18]

After the name of the image (or footnotes *, called the figure), one line is skipped.

  • All labels in drawings, diagrams, graphs, charts, and axes are printed in 10.
  • The equation number is printed right-justified; numbered only those formulas that are referred to in the text.

The material is presented has not previously been published in other publications is not filed.

The entire article should be carefully verified by the author (s). Editorial Board asks authors to adhere to the above rules for authors.

At the end of the paper, the postgraduate students, applicants, students can write information about their supervisor.


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