• Requirements to formalization:

    The format of the article – *.doc or *.docx (MS Word).

    The format of the page – A4 (210×297 mm).

    Orientation – book-align.

    Fields – 2.4 cm from the top, 2 cm from the bottom, 2 cm from the left, and 2 cm from the right.

    The header and footer are of 1.25 cm both.

    The material should be given following the next sequence:

    • The title of the article. The title of the article should be typed in capital letters in bold font (font size – 13 pt) and center-aligned. Please note that there is no full stop at the end of the title!
    • Names and initials of authors. They should be typed in lowercase. In the case when there is more than one author, the full names of the authors are given in one sequence, separated by commas. Font – bold, font size – 13 pt, center-aligned.
    • Name of the organization. It must be typed in lowercase. Font – normal, font size – 13 pt, center-aligned.
    • The country name. The country name should be typed in capital letters. Font – normal, font size – 13 pt, center-aligned.
    • Annotation shall be no more than 10 lines and should briefly reveal the subject of the article and the main conclusions contained in it. Font – normal, font size – 12 pt.

    Formatting is width-aligned.

    The text of the article. Font size – 12 pt, line spacing – single, red line – 1 cm. Formatting is width-aligned.

    Styling is usual. When typing, do not make the hard hyphens putting a hyphen symbol.

    Symbols and abbreviations in the text should be explained after their first appearance in the text.

    Sections and subsections of the article must be numbered in Arabic numbers; in bold font and are not submitted on the separate line.

    Tables in the text should be made in Microsoft Word’s formulas editor (not scanned, not as pictures). Tables should be placed within the working area. Formatting of the number of the table and its name is a normal font, size – 11 pt, center-aligned. Please note that there is no full stop at the end of the table’s name! The contents of the table are made in normal font, size 11 pt, single spacing. If the article contains tables

    • Illustrations are placed within the working area. You can use Illustrations in JPEG and GIF formats. Illustrations should allow their movement throughout the text and be resizable. The scanned image must have a resolution of 300 dpi. The inscription is made under the illustration. The format of the name and number of Illustration is done in normal font, size – 11 pt, center-aligned, single spacing. Please note that there is no full stop at the end of the illustration’s name!

    Pagination, headers, and footers. Do not use headers and footers. Pagination is done at the bottom from the right, starting with the first page.

    • References in the text to the literature and sources are made as follows: The text of the article … the text of the article … [1, p. 256]. The text of the article … [2, p. 5] and so on.
    • Sources are placed at the end of the article. Font size is 12 pt, formatting is width-aligned. [1] Last name and initials of the author(s) (in Italics), the title, outcome data, including the name of the publishing house.

    And so on

    Examples of comprising the sources list:

    For books:

    [1] Zub A.T. Organizational crisis management. M.: University humanitarian lyceum, 2003.

    [2] Petrunin Y.Y., Borisov V.K. Business Ethics. M.: Delo, 2000.

    For articles in journals, collections of works and other collective publications: 

    [3] Marinko G.I. Organizational culture and knowledge management // Philosophy of science and the scientific-technological civilization: Jubilee collection / Ed. in charge S.L. Katrechko. M.: Polygraph-Inform, 2005. Pp. 322–338.

    [5] Voronina T.P., Molchanova O.P. Peculiarities of management of innovation organization // Bulletin of Moscow University. Ser. 21. The Management (state and society). Number 2. 2004. Pp. 66–82.

    For materials retrieved from the Internet:

    [8] Surin A.V. 10 years of training of management employees at Moscow University: experience and problems. — http://e-journal.spa.msu.ru/images/File/2003/surin.pdf (the date of review of the material on the Internet is indicated in brackets).

    In addition, we strongly recommend every author to use clear, concise, objective, and unbiased style of presentation without journalistic pathos when writing articles, as well as to watch after the accuracy of the wording and correctness of used terms and concepts and, where necessary, to define the concepts, to explain why this or that variant of concept use was chosen.

    Before sending the article to the editorial board, the text should be carefully read for correct grammar, spelling, style, and other writing issues.