GENERAL TRANSPORT ON PROVIDING MANUFACTURERS
OF STATES TO MENGEMENT journal
The Editorial Board of the «Management» Journal accepts for consideration scientific articles of the authors on materials of research and scientific and technical developments. Submitted articles are reviewed by the Editorial Board of Management Journal, undergo double blind review, and after receiving a positive review are accepted for publication.
MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION RULES
For publication, the authors submit to the Editorial Board: a manuscript of the article with annotations in Ukrainian and English (Polish) languages. The main text of the article is in English (Polish).
Structure of the article: Abstract; Abstract; Key words; Introduction; Materials and methods; Results and discussion; Conclusions; Acknowledgements and references.
Title page should include:
— Name(s) of the author(s)
— Short and informative title
— Place of work (a) and address (a) of the author(s)
— E-mail address, telephone number and ORCID of the corresponding author
The name up to 17 words long must not contain the names of settlements, countries or cities in the study, as well as abbreviations. Avoid complex and technical expressions and do not use vague expressions.
A summary of 200 to 300 words that describes the problem statement, the purpose of the study, the main hypothesis, the use of methods, results, conclusions should not contain abbreviations or references.
Keywords: Specify between 5 and 7 keywords that can be used for indexing. Keywords should not repeat words from the article title or contain abbreviations and should be written in alphabetical order through a semicolon. Abbreviations should be defined at the first mentioning and used sequentially later in the text.
The Introduction should indicate the purpose of the study and clearly indicate the knowledge gap that will be filled in the literature review study. The date and location of the research conducted throughout the study should be indicated at the end of this section.
Materials and methods
The section «Materials and methods» should contain enough information to repeat the experimental work. It should include clear descriptions and explanations of sampling procedures, design of the experiment, main characteristics of the sample and descriptive statistics, tested hypotheses, precise references to the literature describing the methods used, amount of data used in statistical tests.
Results and discussion
The «Results» section should describe the research result. Data should be presented as concisely as possible, in the form of tables or figures if necessary, although very large tables should be avoided. The discussion should be an interpretation of the results and their meaning with reference to the works of other authors.
Interval — 1.15; font — 12 pt. Fields — 2 cm on each side. Only Microsoft Word, doc, docx. The font is Times New Roman. All non-text objects must be built using Microsoft Word (Microsoft Excel Chart, Microsoft Equation, etc.).
Do not design tables and graphs as photos. Tables should be placed inside the text. The tables shall be placed within the text and shall have a clear and rational structure with consecutive order of numbers. All the tables shall be numbered (1, 2, 3, etc.). For each table, please, provide the table heading (title) explaining the table components. Indicate any previously published material by citing the original source as a reference at the end of the table heading. Tables should be with inscriptions at the top. Footnotes to the tables should be marked with upper index by lowercase letters (or asterisks for significance values and other statistical data) and placed under the main part of the table.
The drawings / illustrations must be of high quality, within 200-300 dpi and provided separately in Excel format. Make sure the figures are clear and of a size that allows them to be legibly reproduced in a magazine. Pictures should be placed inside the text. The following notes shall be made for the figures:
— Each figure should have a brief caption that exactly describes what is depicted in the figure. Include the captions in the text file of the article, not in the image file.
— The captions to the pictures start with the term Fig. The pictures should have the captions below in a limited number.
— No punctuation marks are placed at the end of the signature.
— At the bottom of the figure you need to make a reference to the previously published materials, indicating the source as a link at the end of the signature to the figure.
In this section you should highlight the main important discoveries and specify what the value of the main discovery is, without reference to literature.
Contribution of authors
Specify the contribution of each author of the article execution. Write the initials and surname of the authors, as well as their role in writing the article.
Acknowledgements from people, grants, foundations, etc. should be placed in a separate section before the list of literature. The names of the funding organizations should be written in full. In this section you should indicate financial support for the research, if any. The number of the grant of financial support should be included.
Conflict of Interest
The statement of conflict of interest should be placed in the article, as shown below:
«The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this article».
A list of all the abbreviations that are used in the text of the article. They should be defined in the text when used for the first time (avoid adding abbreviations to the abstract of the article). The list of abbreviations (nomenclatures) should be provided in alphabetical order. If your article does not contain any abbreviations, just indicate «Not applicable» in this section.
All links should be quoted throughout the article as well as in the Links section organized according to the reference style of the Management magazine. Links shall be listed first in alphabetical order and then in chronological order. The number of references from one Journal shall not exceed 3-5 citations, which is the average allowed number. It is recommended that the number of citations should preferably be at least 25-30. Authors are also strongly recommended to refer to recent references in the last 10 years rather than to old and outdated references. The volume, issue and pages of all citations should be in the Management Journal format.
Quoting and enumeration of web links
At a minimum, the full URL must be specified. Any additional information must also be provided if it is known (author names, dates, link to the original publication, etc.). Make sure that all references cited in the text are also present in the literature list.
All quotes in the text should be presented in the following form:
- Single author: author’s name (without initials, if there is no ambiguity) and year of publication;
- Two authors: the names of both authors and the year of publication;
Three or more authors: the name of the first author followed by «etc.» and the year of publication. References can be made directly (or in brackets). Groups of references should be listed first in alphabetical order and then in chronological order. Examples: «as shown (Jones, 2015). (Kramer et al., 2000) recently showed …».
List of literature
The list of literature should first be arranged in alphabetical order and then sorted in chronological order if necessary. Several references from the same author(s) in the same year should be indicated by the letters «a», «b», «c» etc. placed after the year of publication.
Sources must be at least 20–25 items, in the languages of the original, drawn up in accordance with ISO 8302:2015 and ISO 3017: 2015.
List of references is submitted separately on the requirements:
transliteration of Ukrainian – http://www.slovnyk.ua/services/translit.php
transliteration from Russian – http://www.fotosav.ru/services/transliteration.aspx
Examples of design of the list of References:
Nouri, J., Lorestani, B., Seif, F. (2011 Phytoremediation potential of native plants grown in the vicinity of Ahangaran lead-zinc mine. Environmental Earth Sciences, 62 (3): 639–644. DOI: 10.1007/s12665-010-0553-z. Retrieved from: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12665-010-0553-z.
Davis, M. (2005). Introduction to Environmental Engineering. 3rd. ed. McGraw Hill Inc.
Chapter of the book
Mettam, G.R, Adams, L.B. (2019). How to prepare an electronic version of your article? In: Jones, B.S., Smith, R.Z. (eds.). Introduction to the electronic age. E-Publishing Inc., New York.
Brown, J. (2005). Evaluation Studies of Transparent Governance. In: UNDESA. 6th. Global Forum on Government Renewal: Towards Cooperative and Transparent Governance. Seoul, Republic of Korea, 24–27 May. United Nations: New York.
Trent, J.W. (2015). Experimental acute renal failure. Candidate of Sciences. Dissertation, University of California. University of California, USA.
Cartwright, J. (2007). Big stars also have the weather. IOP Publishing Physics Web. Retrieved from: http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/2007/jun/26/big-stars-have-weather-too.
Note that links to electronic sites should only appear if there is an expectation that the site will be supported.
All participating authors should be entitled to authorship. The procedure of authorship should be a joint decision of the authors. Acknowledgment of authorship should be based on substantial contributions to the concept and design, execution or analysis, and interpretation of data. All authors should participate in the writing or critical review of an article for important intellectual content and should read and approve the final version of the manuscript and approve its submission to this journal.
Prevention of plagiarism and violation of publication ethics
All articles under review or published in the Management log are subject to verification using plagiarism prevention software. Plagiarism is a serious violation of publication ethics. Other violations include duplicate publication, falsification and falsification of data, as well as inappropriate indication of the author’s contribution. Thus, plagiarism, fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate statements constitute unethical behavior and are unacceptable, and sending the same manuscript to more than one journal at the same time is unethical behavior when published and unacceptable. The article will be checked for plagiarism. The general similarity (similarity index) must not exceed the limit of 10%, and the similarity of individual sheets must not exceed the limit of 1%. Otherwise, the article will be rejected by the editors.
Editorial board reserves the right for editing and slight reductions, while maintaining main conclusions and the author’s style.
ARTICLES, issued without complying with these requirements will not be considered!
The final opinion on the publication endorses the editorial board of the journal and notify the author(s) by phone call or an e-mail.
Information about author should be presented as follows:
|Full name (first, middle, last name)|
|Department, Higher Education Institution|
|Scopus Author ID|
|(Home Address) code, region, city, street, house, apartment|
|Phone – mobile if possible|