Instructions to authors


The scientific journal consists of five sections: "Management", "Entrepreneurship", "Investment and Innovation", "Management of the National Economy" and "Economics and Management of Research and Education activities"

The article should correspond to the subject of the scientific journal and the current state of science, be relevant, not previously published in other scientific journals. The author of the article is responsible for the accuracy of the presented material, the absence of plagiarism and the correctness of the conclusions, the correctness of citing scientific sources and references to them.

Articles written in Ukrainian or one of the languages ​​of European countries, in particular Bulgarian, Greek, Estonian, Irish, Spanish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Dutch, German, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Hungarian, Finnish, Croatian, Czech, Swedish are accepted for publication. Annotations in Ukrainian and English are added to the articles, as well as in the language of the European country, if the article is written in neither Ukrainian nor English. The volume of the article is not less than 5 pages.

Requirements for articles

The text of the articles should be submitted on CD or on USB disc.

The main text font = 11, 1.1 spacing, typeface Times New Roman Sheets of A4 format (210×297 mm). Indenting: left — 2,5 cm, right — 2,3 cm, top — 2.5 cm, bottom — 3.5 cm. Mirror margins. Headers and Footers: top 1.6 cm, bottom — 3.2 cm. Page numbers are not tabulated.

In the first line on the right the УДК and JEL-codes should be indicated (in bold font). The next line — the author’s name (in bold font), right-aligned. Next line — place of work of the authors (right-aligned). Next line — article title (font size = 14, bold font), middle-aligned. Next line — the names and initials of the authors (italic, left-aligned, beginning with the sign ) and a year of writing. After one skipped line — abstract in Ukrainian (1800 words, indentation 1cm). After the abstract — keywords. After one skipped line — title, authors’ names, abstract and keywords in English. After skipped line — the main text of the article in English. (see Example of a publication).

Titles of tables shold be middle-aligned (size 11, bold font), numbering of tables should be right-aligned (italic font). Font size for typing in tables is 10.

Numbers of formulas are placed in round brackets to the right of the text.

The figures should be performed with Microsoft Office applications or inserted in the publication in raster formats TIFF, PCX, BMP with a resolution of 300 dpi. Inscriptions under drawings should be executed in typefaces Times New Roman 10, skittle. Figures made in Microsoft Word should be grouped as one object.

 The list of references is presented in two formats at the end of the publication: one line after the main text of the article according to ДСТУ 8302: 2015. "Bibliographic link. General Terms and Rules "and one line - in the international style of the APA (American Psychological Association). The article should contain at least 15 references. Examples of bibliographic sources according to ДСТУ 8302: 2015 (with official corrections in 2017) can be found at the link:

With rules and examples of the design of literary sources by APA style can be found at the link:

Each author undertakes to provide a professional translation of the annotations and article (if the language of the article is English). The editorial board reserves the right to refuse publication of the article in the context of poor-quality translation.


  1. The electronic file of the article.

For external authors, except listed above, should be also submitted.

       2. Information on the author.


  1. Absence or incompleteness of any component of metadata;
  2. Absence of contact information;
  3. 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);
  4. Absence of UDC;
  5. Absence of the list of references;
  6. The article was already published in another edition (including electronic editions and Internet);
  7. Plagiarism;
  8. Discrepancy between subject matter and quality of scientific content