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The rules of submission of articles in the magazine

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Reviewing and editing of manuscripts (scientific, stylistic, technical) is carried out by the editorial board and the editorial board of the journal in accordance with the requirements of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation for the publication of scientific literature.

The magazine specializes in economic topics. The editorial board of the scientific journal "Siberian Financial School" accepts for publication articles of undergraduates, postgraduates, doctoral students, applicants and other interested persons.

Before submitting your copyright material for review and publication, please read the following information for Authors: Provision on ethics of scientific publications

The rules of submission of articles in the magazine
"THE SIBERIAN FINANCIAL SCHOOL"
are developed according to the Information message of the highest certifying commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (14.10.2008 No. 45.1-132)

1.

To the publication only articles (materials) corresponding to the following specialties of the Nomenclature of professions of scientists approved by the order of the  Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation are accepted:

5.2.3 Regional and sectoral economics (economic sciences)
5.2.4 Finance (economic sciences)
5.2.6 Management (economic sciences)

2.

For publishing are accepted articles (materials), which have never been published.

3.

All materials submitted for publication in the journal "Siberian Financial School" must be checked for the presence of borrowings in the "АНТИПЛАГИАТ" system. Materials with a uniqueness level of at least не менее 80%. are accepted for publication.

4.

In the separate file the author (authors) needs to issue the demand for the publication in the offered in which it is necessary to specify contact phones, the postal address and the e-mail address.

5.

Articles prepared by undergraduates, postgraduates, applicants for the degree of candidate of sciences are accepted only if there is a written review (for example, the supervisor or head of the department to which the undergraduate or graduate student is attached) confirming the scientific novelty and qualification of the author of this work (the volume of the review is 1 page).

6.

The editorial board necessarily carries out the necessary scientific and conceptual review and stylistic editing of materials published in the journal. The editorial Board has the right to reject an article that, in the opinion of reviewers, does not meet the requirements for publications in scientific publications included in the List of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.
The review is carried out by members of the editorial board of the journal and/or independent experts involved by the editorial board – well-known scientists and specialists in accordance with the Procedure for reviewing articles. The editorial board informs the author by e–mail of the results of the review, sends the text of the review at his request, and in case of a negative review of the submitted work, sends its text to the author. A negative review is the basis for refusal to publish the submitted work.

7.

Articles should be submitted electronically (a file in MS Word format) and sent to the editorial office of the journal by e-mail (to the address: sfs@nsuem.ru ) or provided on magnetic media (USB flash drive).

8.

The publication of articles is free of charge.
 

9.

At the subsequent publication of the article in other publications, the author is obliged to make a reference to the initial publication in the journal "Siberian Financial School" (year, number).

10.

Articles submitted for publication in the journal must be designed in accordance with the requirements specified below. Manuscripts that do not have the appropriate design are not accepted for consideration.
 

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DESIGN OF ARTICLES

1.

The material must be typed in a text editor MS Word:
– font of the 12th size,
– line spacing – 1.5,
– page numbering is continuous, starting from the first.
 

2.

Graphs, diagrams should be given in MS Excel format. All drawings are made only in black and white, full-color illustrations are not allowed.
 

3.

Tables are presented in MS Word, MS Excel format.
 

4.

The volume of the author's material should not exceed 12 typewritten (computer) pages. Articles of less than 6 pages may not be considered.
In case of submission of material larger in volume than provided for by these Rules, the editorial board reserves the right to shorten it, or return it to the author for reduction, or print it in full in case of extreme importance and scientific relevance of the material.
 

5.

At the beginning of the article are indicated:
– the title of the article, the name, patronymic and surname of the author(s);
– information about the author (academic degree and title, position and place of work / study (in full and abbreviation) indicating the organizational and legal form of the organization);
– a short abstract (from 500 to 1000 characters, counting spaces, is italicized and separated from the text by skipping a line);
– keywords or concepts (3-5).
 

6.

In a separate file in English, the following should be submitted:
– the title of the article;
– name, patronymic and surname of the author(s);
– information about the author;
– abstract;
– keywords (3 – 5).
 

7.

When publishing a scientific article in a foreign language (except English), the following should be submitted in a separate file in English and Russian:
– the title of the article;
– name, patronymic and surname of the author(s);
– information about the author;
– abstract;
– keywords (3 – 5).
 

8.

The list of references contains only scientific and educational publications (monographs, articles, dissertations, textbooks, etc.). References to the sources used are given in the text after the citation, in square brackets indicating the serial number of the citation source and the page, for example: [1, p. 25]. The bibliographic list of references is located after the text of the article, preceded by the word "Literature", numbered in the order of mention or citation in the text of the article (not in alphabetical order). Only one source can be specified under one number. Each item of the list of references is drawn up according to the rules of the bibliography. All bibliographic elements of foreign sources should be indicated in the original language, avoiding abbreviations if possible.
 

9.

Please note that regulatory and legislative sources (laws, resolutions, decisions, letters) and Internet resources should be indicated in page-by-page footnotes or in notes to tables and figures. When using Internet sources, you must specify the title of the title page of the resource, the full address of the resource location and the date of the last visit to the web page.
 

Attention!

The author (authors) needs to issue the demand for the publication in the offered.

 

The procedure for reviewing articles sent to the editorial office of the peer-reviewed publication "Siberian Financial School"

 

The reviewers of the journal use exclusively the procedure of double "blind" peer review ("double blind" peer review policy).
Reviewers carry out a scientific examination of the author's materials, as a result of which their actions should be unbiased, consisting in the implementation of the following principles.

 

1.

A manuscript received for review should be considered as a confidential document that cannot be transferred for review or discussion to persons who do not have the authority to do so from the editorial board.

 

2.

Reviewers are obliged to know that the manuscripts sent to them are the intellectual property of the authors and relate to information that is not subject to disclosure. Violation of confidentiality is possible only in the case of a reviewer's statement about the unreliability or falsification of the materials contained in the article.

 

3.

The review of articles in the journal is anonymous. The author is not informed who specifically reviewed his article. However, at the request of the reviewer and with his written consent, the name of the reviewer may be communicated to the author of the article.
 

4.

Before the publication of the article, reviewers under no circumstances have the right to use in their own research or for other personal purposes the information to which they have gained access during the review process.

 

5.

The reviewer should draw the attention of the editor-in-chief to the substantial or partial similarity of the evaluated manuscript with any other work, as well as to the facts of the absence of references to the provisions, conclusions or arguments previously published in other works. The reviewer should note the relevant published works that are not cited in the article.

 

6.

In cases where the reviewer, with a generally positive opinion, has fundamentally significant comments on the reviewed article, in agreement with the editorial board, they can be published in the form of comments, while the author is given the opportunity to give a public response to the reviewer on the pages of the journal.

 

7.

Reviewers should conduct scientific examination of articles within the time limits set by the editorial board of the journal (no more than two weeks). If it is not possible to carry out the review within the specified period, the reviewer must immediately inform the editorial office.

 

8.

When conducting an examination of articles, reviewers should strive for maximum objectivity. The only criterion for evaluating an article is its scientific significance. Decisions based on the personal preferences of the reviewer are unacceptable. If there is a conflict of interest between the reviewer and the author in any form, the reviewer must immediately notify the editorial board of the journal and refuse to review.