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І.  The Editorial accepts, for publication, only original articles written specifically for the journal “Economy and Forecasting” on its profile and field:

▪ strategic forecasts on the prospects of economic development, science, technology, ways and methods of solving problems of socio-market and institutional reforms and functioning of the new economic model;

 economic and mathematical methods and forecasting models;

▪ research on market situation, structural changes, and socio-economic dynamics;

▪ problems of innovative reforms and prospects of innovation and investment development;

▪ coverage of urgent issues of economic policy with specific recommendations


Articles must be submitted electronically (sent to the e-mail of the journal’s email)

The author(s) must indicate that the article is submitted for publication only in the journal “Economics and Forecasting”.

Literary reviews and university papers will not be considered.

ІІ.  Requirements for the structure of the article

Required elements of the article:

- UDC;

- JEL Code Classification;

- Name (s), patronymic (if any) and surname of the author(s), academic degree, academic title, ID ORCID,  Research ID, position, affiliation of the author (s), full official name of the organization (in Ukrainian and English), full post adress 0f the organization (in Ukrainian and English),  e-mail;

- Title (in Ukrainian and English);

- Extended summary in English and Ukrainian (up to 100-250 words). Summary should contain: a general description of the problems discussed in the article, the purpose of the article, applied research methods, the main research results, theoretical and practical significance of the research results, and the scope of their application. The text of the summary should not duplicate the article’s introduction or conclusion. The extended summary must be specific (no common words), original (not duplicating the shortened summary), informative (reflecting the main content of the article and research results) and properly structured;

- keywords (keyword phrases should not be long) in English and Ukrainian;

- indication within the framework of which research, program or topic the article is written.

The structure of the article must comply with the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine. According to the Resolution of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine№ 7-05/1 of 15.01.2003, the editorial boards of scientific journals in Ukraine may only consider and recommend printing the scientific articles containing the following building blocks:

a clear statement of the problem in general and its relationship with important scientific or practical problems , the formulation of the article’s objectives; analysis of the publications on the investigated subject, summary of the results of other researchers, indicating poorly investigated aspects of the research problem, presentation of the research material with justification of scientific results with an emphasis on the main ideas and novelty, the study’s findings, and prospects of further research (see Bulletin of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine. – 2008. – № 3. – pages 9-13 and 2009. – № 5. – pages 26-30).

It is obligatory to mention the authors and sources of used or quoted materials (References). References shall be submitted at the end of the article in the order of mention, and, in the article’s text, reference to a source from the reference list should be given in brackets indicating the reference number and page number (e.g. [1, p. 25] , [ 2, p. 46-48 ], etc.). The list of references only includes publications referred to in the text.

References are designed in accordance with the international bibliographic standard APA-2010.

for books

Krysovatyi, A.I. (2005). Theoretical and organizational dominants and practice in the implementation of tax policy in Ukraine. Ternopil: Kart-blansh [in Ukrainian].

Taylor, Paul Graham (2008). The End of European Integration: anti-Europeanism examined. London; New York: Routledge.

for journals

Mel’nik, T.M., Pugachevskaya, K.S. (2016). Import dependence of Ukraine’s economy and priorities of selective import substitution. Ekonomika Ukrainy – Economy of Ukraine, 4, 29-44 [in Ukrainian].

Mundell, R.A. (1961). A Theory of Optimum Currency Areas. American Economic Review, 51 (4), 657-665.

for internet resources

Korablin, S. (2017, April 8). Currency liberalization in Ukrainian: escape from reforms. Zerkalo nedely. Ukrayna – Mirror of the week, 13. Retrieved from https://zn.ua/macrolevel/valyutnaya-liberalizaciya-po-ukrainski-begstvo-ot-reform-244887_.html [in Ukrainian].

Kemfert, C. Welsch, H. (1998). Energy-Capital-Labor Substitution and the Economic Effects of CO2 Abatement: Evidence for Germany. Retrieved from http://www.feem.it/userfiles/attach/Publication/NDL1998/NDL1998-076.pdf

III. Technical requirements for the article’s design

1. The volume of the article is 18 – 26 pages including spaces between words and punctuation.

2. An example of formatting a journal article with the correct placement of metadata, article text, tables, graphs and figures is given here.

The formatting standards are as follows: text editor: not lower than MicrosoftOffice 2003, font: TimesNewRoman, size: 11, line spacing: 1.1, indents: top — 4.7 cm, bottom — 2.75 cm, left and right — 4 cm each, paragraph indent — 0.5 cm. File formats: .DOC, .DOCX or .RTF. If non-standard fonts were used when typing the article, be sure to provide the font’s full name or the font itself.

The text must be typed without hyphenation. Paragraph indents must be formatted according to the following algorithm: select the required text; in the “Paragraph” dialog box, set the following parameters: alignment – width, indentation on the right – 0 cm, indentation on the left – 0 cm, spacing before – 0 pt, spacing after – 0 pt, line spacing – 1.1 lines, indentation of the first line – 0.5 cm. It is forbidden to format paragraphs using spaces and tabs.

3. In the text of the article, the sources are numbered in the order of reference, the reference to the source number from the list is given in square brackets with indication (if necessary) of the page number (for example: [1]; [2, pp. 46–48], etc.).

4. Tables must be created automatically through the menu “Table – Insert table” and numbered sequentially. Tables must have a title and the sequence number. To the right above the table’s name the author must place the inscription “Table” indicating its number (highlighted in italics). The table’s title must be placed in the middle of the page symmetrically to the text, and highlighted in bold.

Font: TimesNewRoman, size: 9, line spacing: 1, fields in cells: 0, try to avoid forced wordwrap.

Notes are placed directly below the tables, then be sure to mention the source (“compiled based on…”, “compiled by author”, etc.). Tables in the text must be referenced.

5. Illustrations (figures, graphs, and charts) to the text must be submitted in .JPEG format with sequential page numbering and signature. References to illustrations in the text must indicate their numbers (“Fig.…”).

The width of the illustration depends on its place on the page:

1) in vertical orientation (Portrait) the width of the illustration must not exceed 13 cm. In this case, the legend must be placed at the bottom of the illustration, before the caption;

2) in horizontal orientation (Landscape) the width of the illustration must not exceed 20 cm. In this case, the legend can be placed either at the bottom of the illustration, before the caption, or to the right of the illustration.

Names for axes must be placed along the axes: for horizontal axis – as a caption from left to right, and for vertical axis – as a caption from bottom to top.

Names of axes, captions and legends for illustrations must be in Times New Roman in 9 points having 1 line spacing.

All graphic materials must be displayed with high quality and clearly in black and white.

Sample presentation of tables and figures

6. Comments on typing the article:

- put only one space between words;

- distinguish between dashes (—) and hyphens (-): the hyphen is indicated by a small horizontal line (-) and is not separated from words by spaces. Dashes in the text must be separated by spaces on both sides;

- use quotation marks as  ” “.

- the apostrophe must be ‘.

- the signs of the degree, minutes, seconds, percent must not be separated from the previous figure (25°; 5′; 30″; 77%).

- separate with a non-breaking space (simultaneously pressing Ctrl + Shift + space) signs and letters to define volumes, parts, paragraphs, points, page numbers, etc. from the following number (Vol. 7; Part 23; § 5; No 34; p. 28–30); and generally accepted designations of units of measurement from the previous number (45 poods; 150 UAH; 32 km; 6 million; 45 thousand).

- separate with an inseparable space: the initials from the surname (V.A. Lavrenov); and etc. after lists;

- dates, and time (July—August) and numeric (36—44) intervals must be given through dashes without spaces. Before art., put an inseparable space.

- the author’s clarifications, comments, selections, etc. in the quotation must be as follows: [text. –Author.].

- place notes automatically on each page (dialog box “Footnotes” with the parameters: footnotes – at the bottom of the page; number format “1, 2, 3,…”; numbered lists – continue). Put footnotes in front of the punctuation mark (colon, semicolon, comma, period), not after it.

IV. Please note that from 2019 the journal has been published in two parallel issues – in Ukrainian and English, so English-language articles written by non-native English speakers must be submitted with an appropriate version in Ukrainian.

V. Every article is subject to review (in accordance with the blind procedure) by experts on relevant topics, who are to answer a series of questions that comprehensively characterize the article’s level. The reasons for the negative reviews may be lack of novelty, a non-independent investigation, insufficient evidence, the inability to draw conclusions and to outline the prospects, bad material processing, incorrect use of terminology and methodological apparatus and so on.

In the event of a negative review the article may be returned for the author’s revision or rejected by the editorial board, which decision shall be notified to the author. The revised version of the article is subject to a new review.

In case of a positive review and after due modification, each article is subject to approval for publishing at the meeting of the Editorial Board by open voting.

VI. After the procedures of review and approval for publication, a License Agreement shall be signed between the author and the journal on the transfer of the copyright on the article.

VII. Articles for the journal must be submitted:

For No 1 – before February 15; for No 2 – before May 15; for No 3 – before August 15; and for No 4 – until November 15.

VIII. Publications in the journal are free. Article fees are not paid. Each author receives a free copy of the journal.

IX. Articles beyond the journal’s profile or designed in violation of the above rules are not accepted for registration.


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