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The manuscript is accepted for consideration, provided that it meets the requirements for the design of articles (materials).

1. Published manuscripts and manuscripts published in other journals are not submitted.

Full articles are submitted with volume from 12 to 24 typed pages and 6 pictures, brief articles — to 5 typed pages and 4 pictures.

The article should be written efficiently and carefully edited.

2. It is necessary to send the following documents to the editorial board e-mail vestnik.gmu@yandex.ru:
• application containing the title of the article, annotation, keywords, surnames and initials of authors, the place of employment, position, academic degree, title, country, city, email address — in Russian and English;
• electronic copy of the manuscript (in Word 97-2003 or RTF format),UDK, tables, pictures and picture captions;
• contract for publication and right for placement in electronic databases;
• two annotations (in Russian and English) — to 150 words, and the second annotation (200-250 words) may be sent after receiving the reviewers’ positive decision and recommendation for publication;
• information about the authors: their job titles, academic degrees, phones and e-mails (in Russian and English).

Please note that files of all submitted materials must be submitted on electronic media and by e-mail of the editors.

3. Submitted materials should comply with generally accepted ethical standards (for more details, see the webpage of the journal).

4. The secretary of the editorial council (Deputy Editor) refers the article for a review to a member of the editorial council, who is leading the appropriate scientific field, on condition that the article meets the necessary requirements.

Manuscripts should have authorship of at least 85%, borrowings not more than 5%, which is confirmed by the system of antiplagiarism.

The review undergoes some levels using type of peer-review: by the editor-in-chief, open peer review, one blind editing, double peer review.

The article sent to the author for revision should be returned with comments and the original version. The letter containing answers to comments and changes should be attached to the revised manuscript.

The article, delayed after revision by more than three months or required extra revision, is considered as a new submission.

5. The article should have:
• originality — a new subject area, methods or results;
• scientific methodology — accuracy and objectivity of the conclusions;
• clarity, structured material and the quality of writing;
• logical argumentation;
• theoretical and practical significance;
• novelty and relevance of links;
• international approach;
• editorial compliance with framework and objectives of the journal;
• adequately reflecting the content of the article titles, keywords and abstracts.

Editorial Board welcomes presence of foreign sources in the bibliography (at least 20-30%, the exception is publications on regional subjects); number of references should be sufficient.

9. Annotations should be:
• informative (following the logic description of the results);
• original;
• content-rich (reflecting the main content of the article and the results of the researches);
• compact, but not short (from 100 to 250 words).

Annotation and keywords. Annotation (author’s summary) is an independent from the article source of information. It is a brief summary of large volume of work; it may be published independently, apart from the main text and, therefore, should be understandable without reference to the publication itself.

Annotation gives essential facts of work, without exaggerating the value of the author’s contribution. Structure of annotation reflecting the structure of the article (introduction, aims and objectives, specifying methods, results, discussion, conclusions) is welcome. It is recommended to make an annotation as an abstract.

Annotation is a key source of information about the article in domestic and foreign information systems and databases, indexing the journal.

Annotation in Russian:
• should have not more than 150 words;
• should not include: well-known ideas, quotations, references, abbreviations, unnecessary introductory phrases.

Annotation in English:
• should be made in compliance with English grammar and stylistics using special terminology adopted in English editions;
• should not be performed by automatic translators;
• should tend to convey the meaning of article and may not be a literal translation of Russian summary.

Keywords (not more than 10 words or phrases) should:
• reflect the content of the article;
• define the subject field of the research;
• be present in the article.

When compiling the list of keywords it is recommended to test options prepared by the author in Systems Science Citation (RSCI, Scopus, Web of Science), i.e. to enter them in the appropriate search form and browse the results.

7. After receiving the decision of acceptance for publication, the author should provide a structured annotation in Russian and English.

Structured annotation with volume of 250 words or less (no more than 100 words in each section, if applicable) may include:
• introduction — the purpose of writing the research work;
• methodology;
• field of the research;
• conclusions — results of the research;
• framework of the research / possibility of subsequent use of the scientific work results (if applicable);
• practical significance (if applicable);
• social implications (if applicable) — impact on society / politics / system of state and municipal government;
• originality / value.

Design

Text format. Typing is done in the format of Microsoft Word. The dimensions of the main text: 12 pt, spacing 1.0; margins: left — 3 cm from the top, right and bottom — 3 cm. Paragraph indention 0.5 (set in the option “Format”, “Paragraph”; do not use the space bar and tab for indenting).

Annotation, keywords, notes, bibliography, References, information about the author — 12 pt, spacing — 1.0.

Article design. At the beginning of the article (on the first page, in the center) the following things are given in Russian:
• title of the article;
• initials and surname of the author (s);
• name of the organization that the author represents (if necessary, two — organizations: if the authors work in different organizations they are written after the names of the authors);
• annotation and keywords in Russian (justified, without indentation);
• an indication of the source of funding (if the work is carried out under the grant).

Then the basic text of the article is placed. The structure of the article includes introduction (relevance of the theme and its degree of scientific elaboration), the purpose and objectives of this article, used methods, the presentation of results, conclusions. Separate blocks of content are marked with subtitles (drawn up with “Center” alignment, lowercase, bold italics).

After the text of the article (alignment "in width") the following things are located:
• list of bibliography;
• References (list of references, in which bibliographic description of works in Cyrillic is transliterated into Latin script, and title of the work is translated into English);
• information about author / authors in Russian and English.

References

II. The rules of transliteration. You should do transliteration on site www.translit.ru, choose an option LC (Library of Congress). Transliterated Russian sources should be drawn on the model of foreign sources. The square brackets translation of the title of the article or book is provided.

In English the name of the author’s initials is separated by comma, then the year of publication of the work in parentheses (numbers only).

References. Bibliography of the unit is the article must be submitted by bibliographic references (GOST 7.05-2008) and reference lists at the end of the material (References are done in the alphabetical order, number of sources must be not more than 20). The author is responsible for the accuracy of the information, the accuracy of citations (citations may be in operation and more than 30), and links to official documents and other sources. Foreign spelling is given in brackets, except for references.

The bibliography does not include:
• articles from interinstitional collections (journals);
• regulatory and archival documents;
• statistical collections;
• newspaper notes without the author;
• references to the home page;
• references to conference papers and abstracts, not included in the database RISC;
• references to abstracts and dissertations.

These materials are made in the interlinear bibliographic references (footnotes), except to p. 7. Specified in p. 7 handwritten materials are not included even in the interlinear references.

Note: In accordance with the ethics of scientific publications database Scopus recommends the degree of self-citation in the range of 0-10%.

Bibliography is given in the alphabetical order, first — literature in Russian, and then — in other languages.
• title of work;
• name of the journal (if this article is from journal) is separated from the title of the article with double slash (//), without quotation marks;
• output data, excluding the year: for the journal — the number and pages of the article; for a collection of articles or conference materials — the city and the name of the publisher.

In the output of monographs, textbooks, conference materials specified publisher and number of pages are provided.

If reference is made to the works of one author which are published in one year, alphanumeric codes (a, b, c and etc.) are used. For example: 2014a, 2014b.

When making online source it should be indicated: author (if any), title of the article, after the double slash (//) the full name of the site (portal), the exact link to the mentioned document (URL) in the parentheses — the date of access.

Archival sources are indicated in the text in parentheses, for example: (CSA. F. 1, L. 2. 15), they are not submitted in the list of references.

References (list of literature in English) are performed unlike the Russian list; it depends on the peculiarities of sources registration by international databases (see the example).
• output data in English (city, publisher name, “the date of access”) or only the digital data (depending on the applicable standard of description), separated from the journal title by commas;
• indication on the language of publication, published not in English [eg .: (In Russ.)]— is a must!

Foreign sources should be indicated in the bibliography and in References. In this case, they are made out with differences arising from the rules applied in each of the lists.

Special rules for the text design. Text notes, if they are in the article, are made in the mode “endnotes” (in the option “Insert” - “Link” - “Footnote”, numbering from 1).

Editors have the right to correct or offer to replace / remove — in agreement with the author — the tables used in the article, charts, pictures. Captions to tables are recommended in two languages — Russian and English.

Articles containing signs, fonts other than Times New Roman are not accepted.

Information about the author / authors. Information about the author (in Russian and English) should include the surname, name and patronymic (in full), scientific degree, academic title, place of employment, membership in the scientific community (academies, unions, and so on), post address of the employer (including zip code), city and country; phone numbers (work, home, mobile — in the publication only work number is indicated), e-mail address (a must!)

It is obligatory for postgraduate students and applicants for Doctor of Sciences to give phone numbers of departments, to which they are attached; for postgraduate students (applicants for Candidate of Sciences) — data about the supervisor (surname, first name, degree, title).

The author is recommended to read all the rules carefully when writing the article and in case of questions to email to the editorial office.

Date of incoming articles and scanned copies of the documents are included in the priority of publication.

At the author’s request the reviewers’ conclusions may be provided by e-mail.

The average period of reviewing articles — 2-4 months. The author is notified on acceptance or rejection of the work on request by e-mail.



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